Physiotherapist and APTA member Teresa Schumann, Colorado Physical Therapy Specialists in Ft. Collins, and a sports certified specialist, says families should. At the forefront of establishing good physical activity habits ‘It is much easier for children to adopt a healthy lifestyle when they parents parents, physical activity a priority,’she says. ‘Parents should lose a healthy lifestyle rather than emphasizing only on the weight and support the family healthy choices instead of pounds,’she added. ‘Children and adults who participate in sustained daily physical activity and follow a balanced diet enjoy improved cardiovascular fitness, more bone mass and strength, and are better able to manage their weight – all that prevent the occurrence of obesity and type – 2 diabetes to help.
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