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    Our whole family absolutely loves this material.
    Chaplain Jeremy

    We are doing the program as a family and it is a positive time of interaction and humor that we all look forward to.
    Wendy H.

    My kids love all of the exercises – especially when they can act out different animals, etc.
    Crysti S.

    My children are very active. They run, jump, climb trees and ropes, they play tag and have air~soft gun wars. I always considered this their P.E. time, little did I know that there were many muscles my children were not using.

    The kids were very excited to try this out! They got up extra early with eagerness to start their days with a P.E. lesson. My kids are 13, 8, and 4.

    You know an awful lot about my daughter who has Down syndrome and have shared in some of her struggles and have watched many of her successes......There were times when Gess didn't want it to end and asked me to "play" more.

    Choosing the Right Exercise for You
    Mike Hanik, MEd and Youth Fitness Expert


    The type of exercise you choose all depends on what you love to do. If your
    physical activity meets the time and intensity requirements you will get health
    benefits. One of the most important factors in developing a fitness program is to
    find activities you enjoy. When you are planning your program take the time to
    think about and write down the activities you enjoy. There is no point in investing in
    a gym membership if you do not enjoy that activities or programs available at the
    gym. You will not go on a regular basis and be wasting money. Do not purchase
    home equipment if you know you do not like it and will not use it regularly.

    “Walking is a great starting activity for the person who is beginning an exercise
    program or has taken time off from exercising” says Dr. Bruce Hanik from Texas
    A&M University. Almost everyone can walk. It does not require a financial
    investment. It is not difficult to find safe places to walk. Finding a walking partner
    also helps time pass more quickly and creates a sense of accountability. A person
    just starting out can walk for 10 minutes each day. Dr. Hanik also suggests
    incorporating some type of resistance training into your exercise regimen. Building
    strength is important to improving fitness. Many body weight exercises can be
    incorporated into a walking program.

    If walking is not your thing, then find another activity you enjoy. It could be
    cycling, swimming, playing golf, playing a racquet sport, dancing, or shooting
    baskets. Remember to start slowly if you have not worked out in a long time. If you
    push too hard at the stat you may have to take time off to overcome soreness or
    an injury.

    The bottom line when designing a personal or family fitness program is to find
    activities you enjoy. Family Time Fitness has many programs available that will help
    you get started with exercise ideas for you and your children. They do not require a
    big financial commitment or contract. The programs can guide you and provide you
    with the information and resources you need to get started or to add variety to
    your routines.

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