Last week, during spring break, my girls got the opportunity to test out Adventure to Fitness‘s educational fitness program. As a parent, I’m always concerned about my children’s health and well-being, so making sure they’re active is high on my list of priorities.
Adventure to Fitness is an educational fitness program for kids reaching 10 million children around the globe. It is the nation’s #1 educational fitness program, used by over 100,000 teachers and the nation’s top children’s hospitals and organizations. Now, Adventure to Fitness is offering their program inside homes.
Through engaging videos, interactive games, tips from physicians, informative blog posts and recipes, AtoF’s at-home fitness program offers a 360-degree solution to health and wellness education.
The girls enjoyed picking out adventure videos on the site to interact with. The first particular adventure they chose was called “Hawaiian Hero”. The plot: someone is attempting to destroy the island’s pineapple crops and it’s up to the girls to help save them! There was lots of jumping, sliding and climbing motions during this process!
Mr. Marc (the video adventure host) was winsome and humorous. It was a fun and beneficial alternative for them to just plopping down on the couch and watching TV, and sometimes if the weather isn’t cooperating, we can’t always get outside. But with these interactive videos, the girls were entertained while keeping fit! They even asked if they could still continue participating in the program after I’ve posted this review!
Here’s a snippet of an adventure video from Adventure to Fitness:
Adventure to Fitness would like to offer one lucky reader a 6-month subscription to their children’s educational fitness program (a $60 value!)
The main features of the program include:
- Interactive Fitness: Short, engaging 30-minute videos and activities to encourage kids to exercise while learning important health facts
- Education: Each “Adventure” integrates academic material including math, science, social studies, language arts, and history
- Kid-Friendly Recipes: Healthy recipes to ensure that kids are getting the nutrition they need to stay fit
Entrants can reside in the USA or Canada. Good luck!
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ETA: Winner: Jennifer W. Congratulations!