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.

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7 Ways to Exercise at Home With a Toddler or Preschooler

At home with a rambunctious toddler or preschooler? Here's how to exercise in a way that gets your heart pumping and helps run down their energy, too.
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I’m a Mom and a Barre Instructor: Here Are 7 Moves You Can Do at Home

Get your body moving at home with these simple and fun barre techniques. All you need is a countertop, sink, heavy chair, or sofa and some good music to boot.
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2020 Tokyo Olympics Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic, IOC Member Says

“The parameters going forward have not been determined, but the Games are not going to start on July 24, that much I know," Dick Pound said.
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My 6-Year-Old Is a Triathlete, and My Biggest Inspiration

I've long been competing in triathlons, but seeing my young son participate is what's made me a better athlete and person.
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16 Strength-Training Exercises for Kids

These exercises use your own body weight to help build strength. They're perfect for kids and the whole family to do together.
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10 Benefits of Physical Activity for Kids

Keeping in shape offers health benefits that will help your child throughout her life.
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We Need to Stop Pressuring Kids to Be the Best at Their Sport

As a parent, we want our kids to be the best they can be. But when it comes to youth sports, putting too much pressure on them can have serious repercussions.