Kids who play sports learn about teamwork and sportsmanship, while working on hand-eye coordination and getting their heart rate up. Find out what sports are right for your kids, how much is too much, and ways to find balance during the busy school year.
By practicing yoga poses, children can learn how to exercise, develop confidence, and concentrate better.
Read this before the kids head outside to play. These 12 tips will help them have a fun--and accident-free--spring whether they're in a sport or just hanging out at the playground.
Dr. Thom McKenzie explains why it's so important for children to have quality Physical Education in school. Support this issue in your community by sharing this video with your child's teachers, school board members and administrators.
At first glance, yoga and your child might seem like an odd pairing, since yoga is often about quiet and stillness -- words that don't usually describe kids. But little ones don't need laserlike focus to reap the benefits.
Tone your muscles and calm your minds with these simple stretches for two.
Keeping in shape can help your child throughout her life.
Your kids will be having too much fun to call it exercise.
What you need to know so that your budding athlete always feels like a winner.
AAP advises making play a significant part of a child's life to nurture happiness, development, education, and parent-child bonding.
A trip to the minors means smiles all around--and these stadiums hit it out of the park!
Ditch the chips and cookies and bring these healthier team snacks to your child's game instead.
Feeding your family healthy meals starts at the grocery store. Learn how to improve the quality of your cart with these expert tips, from taking advantage of in-store dietitian services to shopping the perimeter of the store.
Ever wondered how to do the perfect crunch? Here's a step-by-step guide to correct form.
Let the good times roll with these new ways to get active
Try these yoga moves to boost energy and wake up your senses.
It's baseball season! Teach your kids how to get the ball to the base with these expert tips from Nicholas Caringi, Little League International senior director of operations and education in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Warm up, cool down, and make sure they're playing it safe.
Bicycling promotes strength, balance, and overall fitness.
Ten things that you can do to raise a happy person.
Don't ohm alone! Grab your child and try this fun and energizing workout!
You don't need to be a jock to have an athlete in the family. If you start early and keep it playful, your child will stay active for life.
If you are in need of a laugh today, you have got to watch this 14-second video that proves how adorably innocent little kids are.
MLB pitcher Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals demonstrates how to pitch a baseball. Now, play ball!
Target triceps, shoulders, and upper back with this how-to demo.
Whip those buns into shape with this equipment-free move.