4 Kids Fitness Classes to Burn Off Extra Energy

The Centers for Disease Control recommends children get 60 minutes of physical activity every day, with the majority of that activity coming from aerobic exercise.

But what happens when your kid's favorite sport is in the offseason--or they don't want to participate in organized sports to begin with?

Well, just like an adult, it's time to hit the gym for a group fitness class. But we're not talking about the same classes you take. Many youth fitness program developers are designing modules that not only honor the CDC recommendations, but the interests of the kids taking the classes.

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