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 There should be complete transparency between a parent and their child’s teacher. We make sure parents are aware of exactly how their kids are performing and coping up.


Our Level Program covers all the fitness aspects and awards a diploma on completion. This comes with exposure at State National and International platforms, depending on the levels a student has cleared and the passion with which he/she performs.


One of the biggest concern parents have about their children today, is falling into the traps of obesity and diabesity. Our program is gratifying for students not only by giving a rightful stage for their talent, but also by showing them the right way to a healthy life.


We excite children by camouflaging fitness components in

FitYouth School Sportaerobics program.



Our challenge is to help children de­velop active, positive lifestyles. In­tegrating knowledge and activity will help convince children that exercise is important to their well-being and increase the chance that physical activity will be­come a permanent part of their daily lives. Once children begin to regularly incorporate fitness into their experience, they are more likely to modify other health factors to complement their healthy lifestyles.


Class Structure

Keeping adults continuously active for 15 to 20 minutes is easy, but doing the same with young children is nearly im­possible because they lack aerobic endur­ance and tend to get bored. An ideal class for this age group consists of 35 to 45 minutes of start-and-stop activities.


We have divided the total class time into four sections:

1.      Warm-up activity

2.      Review of previous class and health issues discussion

3.      Fitness development ac­tivities through our specially choreographed routines

4.      Cool-down activity and review.


We have tied wellness concepts into our lesson through short discussions on health behaviors and habits. During the fitness development activities, we address a variety of fitness components (e.g., flexibility, cardio respiratory endur­ance, muscular strength and endurance)


Camouflage Fitness

As we plan children’s classes, we in­corporate health-related fitness components (cardio respiratory en­dur­ance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body com­position /weight management) throughout our lesson.


Camouflaged physical activity makes getting fit interesting, fun and more in keeping with a child’s natural way of moving. Tag games, walk/ run/jump activities and fitness circuits and relays provide the same benefits as more structured exercise but are better tolerated by young kids.


“Kids don’t want to run; they want to do something that is exciting and fun.”

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