Children

Sometimes we overlook things such as fighting hard mano y mano, mental toughness and strategy, graceful technique, and longevity.
Kids won’t grow up to have healthy phone boundaries, relationships, or nutritional habits if their parents don’t provide that model.
Our environment and biology are oriented towards choosing pleasure and avoiding pain, but such patterns hurt health, relationships, and our ability to grow.
By consistently facing physical resistance we gain confidence that permeates every other meaningful life endeavor.
Lobotomized by their devices, many of our youth drift along the superficial, never acting to create their own life.
We can learn a lot from toddlers because, at a young age, all learning is physical. Building a strong foundation in life starts early and carries over throughout life.
The most important gift we can give our kids is the confidence and character that comes from physical capability.
Since 1970, we’ve seen obesity triple in youth ages 6-19.
A new study looks at how we could save billions a year in medical costs and lost wages just by getting out kids to do a bit more exercise.
Your children's brain, muscles, bones, joints, coordination, and hormones will suffer from a lack of physical activity, but also their risk of cardiovascular health problems as an adult will increase.
The best education system in the world can't do anything if parents aren't holding up their end of the deal at home.
Your children are at a much greater risk of obesity now more than ever.
Compares the acute physiological responses within and between resistance training (RT) and high intensity interval training (HIIT) matched for time and with comparable effort.
Imagination isn't just for playing dress up. It applies to our training, too.
The next time your child is on the bench, don't freak out. Instead, embrace what it will teach them.
Here are five lessons from childhood to help you on your journey to optimum wellness.
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