Kids spend most of the time watching TV, playing game on computer this leads to obesity which is sign of all deseases. If you are searching ways to help your child and negotiate the stress of growing up then as a parents you have to set a good example by being active.The best trick is exercise.Exercising together can be fun for everyone.
So, before or after school, take your kids for competitive sports like Walking or biking to school, dancing, bowling and yoga are some other ways for kids to get exercise.
Exercise helps get kids in shape and keeps them strong, and organized sports for young kids can be great tools for teaching discipline, hard work and fitness. But throughout adolesence, the human body remains vulnerable to breaks, tears and injuries to growth plates. That’s why parents should set limits when helping their kids exercise.
Young children can also run for short stretches, but parents should exercise discretion at just how much they allow them to run. Children’s joints are particularly sensitive to repetitive stress, and too much running can easily cause injury and inhibit proper growth. Your child may want to participate in more formal running exercises, either out of curiosity or to join you in your workout. This is okay as long as you limit the total number of miles they run.
A good indication is when the children reach their voluntary exhaustion. Always make sure they are drinking plenty of fluids and stop them from running if they complain of pain, dizziness or fatigue -- or if you suspect they are dehydrated.
If they ride a cycle, scooter, skateboard or a bike then teach them importance of wearing helmet.
Once they undersatand that it protect them from terrible injuries then they will love to wear it.
So what are you waiting for? Get out with your child and teach them save and healthy exercise.
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