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Propel Kids To Exercise

Here are a few tips on how to divert your children from TV sets and motivate them to exercise regularly.Think outside the playing field: Look for other activities besides regular sports that your child will enjoy — like dancing, rock climbing, swimming, or martial arts. Join in their game: Kids love it when their parents play with them or show interest in games.
Limit screen time: Kids should get no more than one to two hours of screen time a day, whether that’s watching TV, surfing the Internet, or playing video games. Remove TVs from bedrooms and put the computer in a shared space where you can supervise.
Lead by example: If you vegetate in front of the TV every night, your kids aren’t likely to respect restrictions you set on their screen time. So serve as a role model by incorporating physical activity into your everyday life and let them know how you enjoy it.
Offer positive feedback: Children need to hear encouragement for reaching even small goals, such as walking or biking farther than the last time. Acknowledge the effort to help build your child’s confidence.
Use exercise as a reward: Forcing a child to go outside and play may increase resentment and resistance. Don’t make your child run laps or do push-ups as punishment. Instead, try using physical activity as a reward. Your child might be happy to play football for 20 minutes if it means a chance to take a break from homework. Take a non-negotiable position: Is going to school, brushing teeth, or wearing a seat belt a subject of debate in your home? No, because these activities that promote the health, safety, and well-being of your child. Well, the same approach should apply to children’s fitness. Stand firm and don’t let your child argue the merits of playing computer games versus playing outdoor games.

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