With childhood obesity becoming an epidemic in America, you’ve probably heard that one out of two children don’t get the thirty to sixty minutes of daily physical activity they need. Lack of essential exercise in children and young people between the ages of six and eighteen often results in:
- Youth obesity
- Type 2 diabetes
- Sports-related injuries
But our experience with and knowledge about exercise science and kinesiology – the study of human movement – can help to address and protect against those ailments. We consider your child’s physiological and emotional development when designing their exercise program. Because overall health and physical fitness is the goal, we incorporate a combination of resistance, cardiovascular and flexibility training that improves agility, balance, strength and core stability.
This can help your child’s athletic performance and also boost confidence. Most youngsters become engaged and excited about their results and potential. As an added benefit, they learn at an early age about exercise and proper form, significantly reducing the potential for injury in the future. The result will be improved fitness, instilling healthy habits at an early age, and overall good health!