Getting Kids to Move More

 

Kids and teens need 60 minutes of exercise daily. Here are some ways to get them off the couch.

Call it play: Words matter. Kids may not want to “exercise” every day, but they probably want to “play” as much as possible. Teens may be more open to “moving.”

Count every minute: They don’t have to do 60 minutes all at once. Short spurts throughout the day add up.

Plan it: Put play on the cal...

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