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Archive | Fitness for Kids & Teens

Sports Psychology

Since so many of our articles and blogs are devoted to children’s problems and pathologies, I thought I would range outside of that territory to look at some of the applications of psychology to other, less clinically oriented, areas of study. There are many applications of psychology into the world of sports and enhancing performance […]

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Scuba Diving for Kids – What You Should Know about It

Although it’s not usually written as such, “scuba” is actually an acronym. It stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, which sets it apart from snorkeling. Snorkeling involves special equipment, too, but it comes down to using a tube to breathe natural air from under the water. Scuba diving is different. Scuba divers carry their […]

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Yoga and Martial Arts

In my practice I am often asked about exercise for kids and teens.  What age is exercise appropriate and what type of exercise is ideal for each age group.  This seems to be a recent phenomenon since previous generations children were left to their own imaginations on what to do for play.  Most small children […]

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Nickelodeon Creates Kid Fitness for Wii

Great news for parents.  Nickelodeon has just launched a new product which provides kids with an innovative and fun way to help them kick-start a healthy and active lifestyle alongside their favorite Nickelodeon characters. Nickelodeon Fit was created to motivate and engage children to participate in a series of exercises featuring their beloved characters from […]

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