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Classroom Fitness Cross Training
About Classroom Fitness Cross-Training
Join Amy Blitz and Alex Kruz in these four ten-minute cross-training videos. Children will learn the proper technique of classic exercises moves such as push-ups, jumping jacks, squats, lunges and many more! Vocabulary words are written on screen to help children learn new words.
Bonus features include two additional ten-minute videos, one from Classroom Fitness Dance and one from Classroom Fitness Yoga. Children will learn sun salutations, tree pose, eagle pose, cow-faced pose, lotus pose etc. in the yoga video and dancing teaches children coordination, agility and how to memorize and repeat complex steps.
Classroom Fitness, or C-Fit for short engages children with lively graphics and original music. Created by teachers for children in the classroom, this fitness program works in the living room too!
Exercise is one of the most important things that you can do to keep your mind, body and spirit in good health. It's especially important for children to start this healthy habit as early as possible. Healthy children grow up to become healthy adults. This program gives children the tools that they can use for a lifetime of fitness. It's the perfect addition to any educational or child-care program.
Unfortunately, children have less time for physical activity and more sedentary time than ever before. In addition to sixty minutes a day of sustained activity, children need physical activity breaks for ten minutes throughout the day to reverse the effects of being stationary for excessive amounts of time.
Not all children are athletic or enjoy competition, but all children have the need for regular physical activity. C-Fit will teach them tools that they can use for a lifetime of fitness.
To learn more about C-Fit, check out our website at www.cfitkids.com. If you'd like to join the community, we'd love for you to get involved with our social networks! You can stay in touch via Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Why Should Kids Cross-Train?
Cross training makes your heart beat faster, lungs breathe harder and muscles stronger. Kids will just have fun learning some cool new moves!
Regular cardio exercise: improves learning and memory, lowers stress levels, boosts productivity and energy, improves mood, builds muscle and promotes weight loss.
Exercises for the upper body include moves for the chest, back, shoulders and arms. Everyday movements such as picking up, pushing, pulling and carrying are easier when your upper body is strong. A fit upper body is also good for good posture and heart health.
Lower body and core workouts include a variety of exercises that target the glutes, hips, thighs, abs and back. These exercises include slow, concentrated training, fast-paced endurance exercises and core moves that challenge balance, stamina and stability.
About the Instructors
Amy Blitz is a Personal Trainer and Group Instructor certified by the American Academy of Personal Training. She is passionate about fitness and health, and loves to help others attain and exceed their goals. Amy runs in her spare time, excelling in half-marathons and is looking forward to running her first full marathon soon.
Alex Kruz is the father of two healthy and active little girls. When they get together for fun time, it involves many physical activities! Alex's fitness background is in boxing and martial arts which he has studied in the US, Japan, and Thailand. He competed in the European Mixed Martial Arts Bushido circuit in 2005 before his children were born. Alex is a combat veteran of the US Army, and has participated in training US officers at the military academy at West Point for deployment to hostile environments. He also qualified and participated in the first World's Toughest Mudder, a 24 hour endurance event designed by British Special Forces. When he's not busy being a father he can be seen on several TV shows and films.
Amy Blitz, Alex Kruz