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Inspire a New Generation of Healthy, Fit Kids   Children’s most formative years are from birth to the age of five. This is when they begin to develop their intellect, personality, and social skills. It’s also a time for children to be surrounded by positive role models and learn how to enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. All adults are socially responsible to inspire every new generation to be fit, healthy, and active. When we think about the future, we often … Continue reading

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(HealthNewsDigest.com) – Children who are active and exercise daily are more likely to build stronger muscles and bones, have a better outlook on life, have higher self-esteem and sleep better. According to The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, children should have at least 60 minutes of daily structured physical activity. However, one in every four children do not meet this guideline. In addition, chronic illnesses are on the rise due to childhood obesity: 52% are high risk for … Continue reading

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Trisha graduated from the FLYAROO Fitness Academy this month! Congrats and we’re so excited to watch you grow and prosper (and make a difference!!). Here’s her interview =) Q: There are hundred of fitness programs, why FLYAROO Fitness and why kids? Answer:  Besides me being a mother of 5 beautiful children, I chose Flyaroo because I loved to see the way they were helping little kids stay active and starting at a young age is a very good idea.  Why … Continue reading

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Q: There are thousands of fitness programs, why FLYAROO Fitness and why kids? Since I was able to work, I was passionate about working with children.  My passions in life are dance and fitness, and traveling.  Now that I am in the fitness field, this program came at a great time.  When I hear from parents that their child can’t stop talking about my class, or the music and moves they learned, it completely makes my entire week! Q: What … Continue reading

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  Many moons ago, I was a daily practitioner of yoga. Now that morning sickness and sleep deprivation are (mostly) things of the past, I’m ready to embrace the craft again and make it part of my routine rather than just a one-off form of exercise when I have time (which is never). I seem to finally be reaching a point where my children are more interested in joining in with my yoga practice than interrupting it. But there is … Continue reading

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