Physical fitness starting at a young age
A black barbell 2.8kg weight lays on a white background.Being visually impaired can have an impact on physical fitness for adults and children. But great strides are being made to increase the availability of inclusive sports and activities. Some sports have been adapted with audio signals, while others have been created specifically for visually impaired participants. Though these activities aren’t yet available everywhere, there are more and more towns introducing various ideas to the population.
This article looks at a class at Perkins that is keeping kids physically active from the beginning, teaching techniques and activities that are enjoyable and have a positive impact on overall health.
What do you do to stay physically active? Share your favorite activities in the comment section.
ECC at Perkins: Helping Kids Get Active and Healthy

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