Importance of Exercise for Kids
Fun Exercise for Kids

Need new ideas for keeping your child active? Join Balance Academy for online exercises for kids.

During these unusual times, it’s important to keep our children in good health with proper education and nutrition. Physical movement is an important part of achieving this.

It’s important for kids to learn that exercise is important at an early age. Instilling this mindset and reinforcing associated behaviors will help them lead healthy adult lives.

Core and Coordination Training

Core strength signals the development of torso muscles. These muscles help stabilize and move the bottom half of the body. Poor core strength leads to poor posture and fine motor skills. Essentially, a strong core means a strong bodily foundation for your child.

Here are 5 reasons core and coordination training are good for your child:

  • Improves endurance
  • Teaches posture control
  • Improves balance
  • Increases control in the lower body
  • Increases overall strength

With core and coordination training, your child can become an overall better athlete as well.

About Balance Academy

In Balance Academy, we offer online classes inspired by Rhythmic Gymnastics (dance movements, acrobatics, callisthenics, etc.).  The exercises in these classes provide both physical benefits and cognitive development for your child. 

Erika Kurokawa, the Founder and Lead Instructor has taken her years of experience as a Rhythmic Gymnastics Instructor and created this program to focus on developing core and coordination for kids aged 6-12 years old.

This program is designed to make it more accessible for parents to provide their kids with access to great physical education programs right out of the comfort of their own home.

Visit our YouTube channel to view some fun exercises for kids you can try today!

Fun Exercise for Kids

Register today on https://balanceacademy.online for tips and updates and don’t forget to follow us on social media for videos of exercises and weekly challenges!

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