The literature, ie., research is clear on the benefits of physical fitness. Physical fitness maximizes your body's potential to function through walking, jogging, or other activities which build muscle mass and assist the body in maintaining optimum weight.
But that is only part of the whole. Being physically fit allows the brain to access more nutrients and oxygen thereby allowing the body to properly process nutrients and eliminate by harmful by-products. The processes involved in this cycle are CHEMICAL.
A more detailed explaination will be forthcoming when the expert in fitness, Ann Fenton, completes her written portion for this section.
PHYSICAL FITNESS 2000
The need for children to engage in fitness activities is recognized, but not a priority, in Canadaian schools. There is a greater need fro physical activity in schools, due to stress related problems. The trend towards inactivity which affects physical, emotional well-being, must be broken. Positive attitudes and self-esteem are a part of being physically fit. It's that simple.
Each Friday afternoon, Ms. Fenton does her part in trying to reverse this trend towards inactivity. She offers a fun-filled atmosphere for children to become participants in physical activities. She also provides exciting instruction and the nusic is super. Come on out. Stop drag-on your feet and join us.