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You don’t need a fancy gymnasium or organized sports to get children active. All it takes is a little imagination and enthusiasm. This obstacle course can be created at home and requires no special equipment – perfect for rambunctious kids on a rainy day.
Before jumping ship into bountiful buffets of holiday delights and cyclical weight gain/loss efforts, try a different method to eating this holiday season. Practicing mindful eating can help you overcome negative food-related behaviors and quell your hunger.
The foundation of strength gained in phase 1 allows kids to learn more complex movement patterns in phase 2 without risking injury. Here are some basic exercises that will help kids learn each of the five movement patterns necessary to develop a strong, healthy body.
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