Will your kids be Fit or Fat?
This article talks about how there’s a lot of kids that are becoming overweight/obese. More than one in five children between the ages of 6 and 17 are now considered overweight. Its talks about how childhood obesity has been linked to diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and poor academic performance. Teachers have a unique opportunity to instill lifelong health and fitness habits in students through nutritional education, gym activities, yoga, and even purposeful play at recess. Many schools, however, lack the basic equipment needed to bring these initiatives to life. And then it lists ways on how you can stay healthy. Instead of rewarding you child with candy, ice-cream ..ETC(food) reward them with a sticker, or a new sports equipment.
I liked this article because it gives you advice on how you can loose weight or stay fit. In the article it has a place where it said “ whether he or she can walk a flight of stairs without feeling out of breath.” And that’s when I said to my self that that’s me because I get tired right after walking a up a few flights of stairs. So I think this article was quite helpful for me. And I’m pretty sure it can be helpful for many others out there as well.
1) Overbearing - Domineering in manner; arrogant: an overbearing person.
2) Dietetic - The scientific study of food preparation and intake
12 Steps to Make Exercise a Lasting Part of Your Life
This article is giving you tips and advice on how to keep yourself fit, to have a daily exercise routine. There’s 12 steps to it. The first one is to develop a “move more” mind set. This is when even though when you think you cant exercise, you can. An example would be when your on the phone, you can walk around instead of sitting...
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