303 Tween-Approved Exercises and Active Games (Smartfun Activity Books) (Paperback)
When it comes to fitness, tweens may need parents and teachers to keep up No longer satisfied with the simple games of childhood, tweens want activities that test their developing mental and physical skills. They like to exercise their independence while they flex their muscles, and the key to success lies in finding exercises and games that can keep up with their changing needs. Tweens who are active and engaged in physical play are building healthy habits that can last a lifetime. These fitness activities help develop
- Muscle Strength
- Goal Setting
- Friendly Competition
- Strategic Thinking
Kimberly Wechsler has a Bachelor of Science from Texas Christian University. After having two sons she became a health and fitness trainer. In the past 20 years she received nine certifications in fitness instruction and personal training, has been a dance instructor, fitness instructor specializing in kid's fitness, personal trainer, a physical education teacher, a health coach, master aquatics trainer, muscle conditioning and flexibility coach, Pilates instructor and student of Integrative Nutrition.She has lectured at numerous fitness seminars, taught cooking classes, hosted a television show, been a national presenter at health and fitness conferences, developed five successful summer fitness camps for kids in Massachusetts, volunteered as a coach for The Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and served on the Governor's Council and Presidents' Council of Youth Fitness.In 2011 she founded a non-profit organization, Replay4Kids and since 2009 is the CEO of Fitness Productions LLC, a company that designs and searches for quality products that will guide and support families to a healthier, more balanced life in natural health, nutrition, fitness, personal growth and creative expression. To learn more visit www.loveyourworkout.comShe makes her home in Frisco, Texas.