By: Kimberly Wechsler
Published: July 30, 2013
Kids are spending way too much time indoors, sitting in chairs watching movies and playing video games. Kimberly Weschsler has come up with various exercises and games that will get your kids moving. There are stretches and exercises that you can do with your child in your own home. She has included ways to motivate them and keep them having fun. Even having them do their chores while walking backwards, or making laundry a game by shooting their clothes into the baskets all encourage activity and fun while doing regular chores.
In fact, all of the exercises in this book will not only benefit the kids but the adults as well. There are plenty of basic exercises and stretches that you can incorporate into your daily routines. Some of them even require you to do them as partners like the Towel Tug of War.
Besides focusing on fitness and exercise for individuals, there are several group activities that encourage kids to be active. This was the part of the book I was most interested in because I run an after school program for kids and we are always looking for ways to keep them active and busy. One of my favorites was one I had forgotten about, the Back-to-Back race. Several of these would also be great for family reunions or summer camps. There are also ideas for making your own obstacle courses which are perfect for the summer months.
If you are looking for fun, new ideas for getting your kids moving both indoors and out, check out this book and be ready to get active with your kids!
|Kimberly Wechsler – source|
Kimberly Wechsler is a nationally recognized Family Fitness Specialist and published author. She is the founder of Fit American Families, a Nutrition, Wellness and Fitness practice based in Texas. Fit American Families focuses on the pressing health and health care issues facing our country and is devoted exclusively to improving the health and health care of all American families to identify solutions and achieve comprehensive, meaningful and timely change to raising healthy children into healthy adults. She has dedicated her career to creating services and promoting education through her Fit American Families brand.
Boston Magazine named Kimberly’s Kids Fitness Camp as ‘Best of Boston’. She writes for several magazines, blog sites and has been in Fox News. She also had her own television show, ‘Healthy Lifestyles’ and is a radio host of ‘Fit American Families‘. For more about Kimberly Wechsler and her other books on fitness and health, visit her website, http://www.fitamericanfamilies.com/. You can also follow Kimberly on Twitter, HERE and Facebook, HERE.
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