Children Centered Services
Nowadays, one in three children is overweight, eats fast food, and 2 out of 3 children don’t get any physical activity in a day at all.
According to the Department of Health and Human Resources, children above the age of six need at least an hour of daily physical activity. Unfortunately, this has become difficult due to their increased indulgence in video games, indoor games, and the use of devices such as TV, laptops, and mobile phones.
At My Fitness Kitt, we understand the importance of exercise and a nutritional diet for children. Not only does participating in regular physical activity and eating healthy keeps the child disciplined, but it also strengthens their immune system, improves their quality of sleep, and boosts their self-esteem.
We offer specific training sessions for children to help inculcate healthy eating habits and active living. Our children’s fitness programs are designed to be engaging and fun to help kids develop healthier habits, improve their hand-eye coordination skills, flexibility, and physical activity.
Take a look at our children’s fitness plans designed by certified medical and health experts.
Ages 6 to 11
This program focuses on enhancing their physical activity gradually with the help of a few routine stretches and cardio exercises. We make use of fun activities and music to make the exercises more engaging and fun for the children. In this fitness program, the children will learn a few common shapes and positions that are used in gymnastics, such as floor, bars, beam, and vault.
Younger children will start by working on their hand-eye coordination skills. In contrast, elder children will indulge in a few diverse athletic and fitness-related activities such as cycling, jumping jacks, butt kick, hip bridges, crab walks, bench step-ups, cartwheels, and burpees.
We will also provide nutritional meals, treats, and snacks that help children maintained a well-balanced diet at an early age. Their meals will be rich in fiber, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and other essential minerals. If you’re worried that your kids won’t eat their greens, don’t worry because our nutritionists know exactly how to make these meals healthy and delicious enough to pique your child’s interest.
Ages 12 to 16
By the time children reach adolescence, they lose a little interest in organized sports. This fitness program will focus on strength and muscle building exercises.
The exercise routine for children between the ages of 12 to 14 won’t comprise of any heavy weigh-lighting. The kids will be introduced to body weight exercises such as squats and pushups to develop strength without putting their joints and bones at risk.
Children older than fifteen will indulge in light weight-training where they will be taught to perfect their form and strengthen their muscles. Other light exercises such as planks, squat jumps, and lunges will also be a part of the program.
Their meal plan will comprise of a rich diet that includes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, low-fat milk products, beans, fish, nuts, and lean meatto help them consume the right balance of nutrients according to their age.
Direct results of the program include a healthier, controlled dietary habit, active lifestyle, and frequent physical activity. Our fitness program also offers customized lessons for parents and tots to help younger kids with their motor skills.