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  • From Legacy All Sports: 6 Ways Gymnastics Benefits Special Needs Kids

    From Legacy All Sports: 6 Ways Gymnastics Benefits Special Needs Kids

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 10:53 AM EST2017-12-12 15:53:52 GMT

    6 Ways Gymnastics Benefits Special Needs Kids For special kids, there's a special place to learn. The gymnastics program at Legacy All Sports, Lexington, is leading the way, says Linice Kaiser, owner.Children with special needs face physical and cognitive hurdles as they learn to navigate the world and everything it contains. Little wonder, then, that the sport of springboards and balance beams opens a world of opportunities for kids who learn in different ways. Gymnastics strengthens..

    6 Ways Gymnastics Benefits Special Needs Kids For special kids, there's a special place to learn. The gymnastics program at Legacy All Sports, Lexington, is leading the way, says Linice Kaiser, owner.Children with special needs face physical and cognitive hurdles as they learn to navigate the world and everything it contains. Little wonder, then, that the sport of springboards and balance beams opens a world of opportunities for kids who learn in different ways. Gymnastics strengthens..

  • From Legacy All Sports: Get a Move On! 60 Minutes to Healthier Kids

    From Legacy All Sports: Get a Move On! 60 Minutes to Healthier Kids

    Wednesday, May 6 2015 3:20 PM EDT2015-05-06 19:20:52 GMT
    Back away from the couch! School-age children with higher levels of fitness score better incognitive tests than less-active peers.Do you know how much physical activity your child gets during the day? If your child isn't getting the 60 minutes a day recommended by health experts, it could affect his or her well-being. Children who get an adequate amount of exercise are more likely to maintain a healthy weight, build strong bones and get more sleep, according to health researchers. Elementary ...
    Back away from the couch! School-age children with higher levels of fitness score better incognitive tests than less-active peers.Do you know how much physical activity your child gets during the day? If your child isn't getting the 60 minutes a day recommended by health experts, it could affect his or her well-being. Children who get an adequate amount of exercise are more likely to maintain a healthy weight, build strong bones and get more sleep, according to health researchers. Elementary ...
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