When you consider that kids need 60 minutes a day of moderate to vigorous activity 7 days a week to grow up to have a healthy weight, some days that may seem hard to achieve. How can parents, schools, and community programs help kids meet their daily goal?Read More
Get inspired by Sara's weight loss transformation! 97 pounds lost. How did she do it? It all started with a decision to put herself first. Join Sara on her journey toward self care and self love!Read More
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We’ve always known that exercise can improve cardiorespiratory capacity and muscular strength, but researchers have also found that it contributes significantly to the improvement of cognitive performance in children enabling them to have better language skills and process information more effectively.Read More
What we find fun is different from what kids find fun. There is the rub. So how do you create kids activities that are fun and get them running around and breathing hard. Here are some really fun kids’ activities you can do with them that will be fun for them, fun for you, and make you a parenting rock star!Read More
While male athletes are usually more well-known and often take the spotlight (both good and bad), we thought it was important for our kids to know something about the many inspirational female athletes that show us that running like a girl or playing like a girl is an awesome thing.Read More
Fruits and veggies are naturally low in calories, fiber-rich, full of disease-fighting vitamins and minerals, and nutritious in any form—fresh, frozen, dried, or canned. So why aren’t you and your family eating more of them?Read More
How do you get to the top of your Fitbit challenge? Its not one of those situations where if you wear it, the steps will come. You have to plan and work hard if you want to get the most steps into your day.Read More
When I first got my Fitbit, I started with the default setting of 10,000 steps per day to see how things would go. I quickly learned that at 10,000 steps a day I wasn't going to lose any weight. If I watched what I ate I could maintain my current weight, but not lose any. I needed to step up my game. My challenge was to find out how many steps a day to lose weight.