Children

The myth remains that weightlifting prevents growth of the bones, and young athletes will remain short.
Some people might applaud the concept of playing a sport through pain and injury. I am not one of them.
Your workouts aren't just about you - you can use them to make the world a better place. And we can also learn a lot about the (fitness) world from children.
Here are some ideas for combining exercises to create safe, effective upper body workouts for kids.
These days, kids are told that they are good enough no matter what. But they aren’t. Our kids are failing at school and failing at health and wellness.
The words you say to kids make an impact, and this one phrase can put shackles on them that are hard to remove.
If your kids are stir crazy this summer, send them on an adventure with ogres, forest nymphs, and heavy rocks.
There is a silent plague striking kids today, and it's not obesity or diabetes. It's what I call "f-shoulders."
Fitness is a habit best begun in youth. Learn more about each of our kids' fitness experts.
For the young athlete between the ages of seven to twelve, coordination training should be the main ingredient in his or her development
Physiologically, adults and kids are both made up of bone and muscle tissues, they have the same organs, and they need the same fuels. So, why is it you can’t train them both the same way?
It is important that we give our children the best start in life. Because we all know what kids would eat if it was up to them! Here are ten pieces on kids nutrition to inform and guide you.
For young athletes, the Olympic Games can represent their future hopes and dreams. It can also be a source of valuable lessons in sportsmanship, spirit, and achievement.
Youth soccer is firmly entrenched in American culture, whereas strength training is a bit controversial. A new study shows lifting weights makes kids better soccer players.
More and more children are growing up uneducated about what it means to be a healthy person. What can we do about it? If you feel that something can and should be done - then read on.
In Kid Speak, words like “vegetable,” “healthy,” “nutritious,” and “balanced” are equivalent to words that just can’t be printed on this website. What can a parent do?
If you can make training more enjoyable, children are more likely to accept it. The priority is keeping the child engaged, moving well, and wanting to come back and do more.