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Kids Are Sitting Too Much

Karen Siah, Personal Trainer

22-Mar-17 16:00

Kids Are Sitting Too Much

British scientists suggest that children stop exercising around the age of seven. It coincides with the peak rate of obesity cases in children, which happens around the same age. Personal Trainer Karen Siah talks about practical and age-appropriate physical activities to get kids moving and keep obesity at bay.


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