This week, Energetic Juniors Certified Trainer Candice Pell talks about how to develop self-esteem. Self-esteem and fitness often go hand-in-hand. Children who are intimidated by gym class or sports activities with their peers often feel a lack of self-esteem when in those situations. However, by providing your child with safe opportunities to exercise, learn new skills, and develop his confidence with physical activity, he will likely also experience a boost in self-esteem. To view the video, click the image to the left.
- Park Bench Full Body Workout
- Fueling Your Active Children
- How to Strengthen Your Child’s Core – Part 2
- 5 Things to Try to Switch Up your Workout Routine if it Feels Repetitive
- Importance of Stretching P2
- Core Strength Is Important for Children Too
- Transforming Your Home Into a Little Fitness Challenge
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes
- Stretching has SO MANY Benefits
- Fitness doesn’t have to be complicated!
- You Don’t Need A Drill Sergeant, You Need A Motivator
- The Busy Parent’s Guide to Getting Dinner on the Table