Fit futures Organised Participation in Education Summit on regular interval & Event for parents to visit and know all the schools and pre-school in Bangalore. We have made a free play area for Kids at the center, where parents drop their kids in our safety hands and went to visits other stalls. We have planned individual activity, team activity , strength activity and apart from this we have also designed some fitness track where kids need to follow the track to reach finish line and complete all the task/hurdle comes in between .And on reaching finishing line kids awarded with the chocolates. Kids enjoyed a lot to all our activity and Parents as well like our concept of introducing sports. .
"The purpose of training is to tighten up the slack, toughen the body, and polish the spirit - Morihei Ueshiba"
Physical Activity Needs in Children Daily active play and physical activity have traditionally been an important part of life for children and adolescents. Today, computers and social media have decreased the need and desire for children to move and play. Participation in physical activity decreases with age, and the decline is greater in girls than boys. The challenges associated with getting kids active every day should be met with age appropriate physical activities, enthusiastic leadership, and support from family and friends. A sedentary lifestyle is recognized as a major risk factor for obesity and cardiovascular disease. The prevalence of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents is a major public health concern, and weight related health problems are being diagnosed earlier in childhood. Physical activity is a learned behavior that is influenced by family, friends, teachers and coaches, as well as the environment. Children and adolescents who are not exposed to confidence-building opportunities in their physical abilities early in life tend to be less active later in life. Movement skills such as running, jumping, and throwing can serve as the building blocks for a lifetime of physical activity. Children who do not develop these skills early in life may be less likely to meet or exceed recommendations for daily physical activity later in life.
What if Johnny never learns how to do a cartwheel? Or if Janie never scores a goal? Would there still be any value in putting your preschooler in a sports readiness class?
" Yes, I say. Absolutely yes. "
In addition to sports offering a fun way for preschool kids to burn off excess energy, here are 20 reasons your preschool-aged child should do a sports readiness class that have nothing to do with learning a sport.
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