How do you keep kids motivated to break away from technology and get moving? What are ways to make fitness activities both fun and engaging?
These were just a few of the many challenges expressed by parents during a recent survey by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). With the impact of COVID-19, many kids and their families face a new set of challenges, including:
With the increased overwhelm for parents and kids alike, Wellbeats joined HPE for a special live webinar titled “How to Keep Kids Active During Times of Uncertainty.”
The webinar was led by Wellbeats Fitness Director Mark Kingsriter, a father of four who oversees Wellbeats’ fitness direction, philosophy, and execution of on-demand fitness, nutrition, and mindfulness content for all ages.
In the webinar, Mark shared the latest insights from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (2nd edition). The science-backed research provides families and kids of all ages with recommendations to improve their health through participation of regular physical activity. Mark also revealed personal stories and tips from his own experience as a father raising four boys, now ages 14 to 23.
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Based in St. Louis Park, MN, Wellbeats is a leading provider of on-demand fitness classes for use in workplaces of all sizes, on college or university campuses, multi-family housing, the U.S. military, and fitness and health clubs. Wellbeats makes fitness easy, accessible and affordable for everyone. More than 600 workout classes are available via kiosks, an online portal or via Android and iOS apps. To learn more, visit www.wellbeats.com or check out a sampling of the company’s fitness classes during a Facebook Live session. Follow on Twitter or LinkedIn.