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Fit Factor Kids workouts for kids by kids

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Active children are healthy children. Sports, games, playground fun and structured exercise are all ways to keep kids moving while instilling healthy habits for staying fit. Our kids have run the gamut for organized sports: Tae Kwon Do, soccer, softball, gymnastics, etc. While they haven’t yet chosen one thing they want to stick to I’m happy that they love to try new things. Over the summer we introduced them to regular exercise. Some days it was too hot to go outside but we all had a little energy to burn. Fit Factor Kids came in very handy for just this purpose. Using a cast of KIDS really kept the younger ones interested as well as using fun and simple movements, our favorite is the animal warm-up.

Groove along with the Fit Factor Kids superstars through six exercise routines designed to improve children’s fitness. Children use their imaginations and learn how to take care of their bodies as their energetic hosts provide informative tips and instruction.

These children’s fitness workouts include creative animal movements, mimic recess activities such as jumping rope, playing four-square and shooting baskets. While the young fitness hosts walk you through simple stretching, strengthening and aerobic activities.
Fit Factor Kids is great addition to any family especially as the cool winter months are rolling in and the sun is setting much earlier in the evening.

A special thank you to Fit Factor Kids for helping us get to IZEAFest 2009. Without them we wouldn’t have gained the education needed to keep going strong at LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too.

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  1. Betty N says:

    I love that they have come out with something for kids (or the whole family can have fun with it). The rise in obesity in children is alarming so we need to start proper diet and exercise early

  2. clenna says:

    This program is something I would do with my grand kids – I think by laughing with me while trying to do these exercises, that they would feel more comfortable. They would think "if Grammy can do it, so can I."


    My daughter would really enjoy this, especially on those days she can't go outside.

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