Exercise is really important, whatever the age. However, it can often be a challenge to get your kids to exercise when the weather isn’t great and they don’t particularly want to go running around in the rain.
This is where Adventure to Fitness is great.
Adventure to Fitness is a an educational fitness program for kids, reaching 10 million children around the world. Through engaging videos, interactive games, tips from physicians, informative blog posts and recipes, Adventure to Fitness’s at-home fitness program offers a 360-degree solution to health and wellness education. Adventure to Fitness was developed with input from leading educational, medical and parenting experts and is used and trusted by over 100,000 teachers.
The fitness video’s are short at just 30 minutes long which makes them ideal for young child. Mr Marc takes the children on many different explorations all while motivating them to join in with the exercises while learning important facts about nutrition, positive habits, and overall health. Each adventure integrates academic material from major subject areas, including math, science, social studies, language arts, and history.
The video’s are basic, no special effects, but I don’t think that is particularly a bad thing as it means that the children were slightly more focused on Mr Marc and his instructions. There are also plenty of activities, games, and kid friendly recipes to download too!
I will leave it to the girls, Kyla aged 7 and Abigail aged 3 to tell you what they thought of Adventure to Fitness.
Subscription costs are fairly reasonable too at just $9.99 (£5.91*) per month of $99.99 (£59.17*) for a yearly subscription.
Adventure to Fitness have very kindly given me 6 months membership to giveaway!
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*Exchange rate correct at time of publishing.
Disclaimer – Adventure to Fitness gave me a 3 month free subscription for the purpose of this review.