I was directed to this website by none other than Tony Horton (creator of P90X). Have you heard of MIGHTY ME? I think it's a BRILLIANT idea! If you've been reading my blog, you've seen past posts about fitness/nutrition and children. I think it's extremely important to start teaching our kids about the importance of taking care of themselves at a young age, and then leading my example through our own actions. Empower your kids! For kids, you can't just do your typical routines that we, as adults usually find ourselves in... why? Because it's BORING! I'm sorry, but kids aren't going to want to walk on treadmills or ride bikes that don't take them anywhere (and, frankly, neither do I... which is why I don't get my exercise that way)... especially when they are really young!
Mighty Me is designed for kids 3 years old and up. I recommend checking it out and adding this to your child's routine. I'm sure you want to have your kids grow up to be happy and healthy, and in order to do that you need to make sure they actually know what being healthy is all about!
"The MIGHTY ME
TRAINING CAMP is television that makes kids stand, shake and shout vs.
television that makes kids sit, slump and stare and when the average American
child watches approximately 24 hours of television a week, that matters. We have
taken the best of what Sesame Street and Blue's Clues have done for a child's
brain and applied it to the body and spirit. Studies show that children who
participate in daily physical activity achieve higher academic scores, reduce
the risk of depression and anxiety and improve self-esteem, mood and general
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