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Robert H. from California wrote: "I think the children are not supervised from the time they get home from school, to the time their parents come home. They have access to many things such as snacks in the frig, and technology. Some children may take advantage of this sedentary, unhealthy lifestyle."
Samantha P. from Connecticut wrote: "Kids today are too structured. They don't have the free time to go out and play as they used to. They always have to be supervised."
Important LinksSaunders Home Page
Visit the Len Saunders home page to find some other creative programs geared to motivate children to exercise.PACES Day
PACES Day encourages families to exercise together on the weekends.Project ACES
Project ACES has been labeled by the media as "The World's Largest Exercise Class."2:1 Club
A program to help children reduce technology and increase exercise.Commercial-CIZING
A program that motivates children to exercise while watching TV commercials.Children's Fitness News
Get the latest information in the field of children's fitness.Fitness Books
Order books written by Len Saunders including Keeping Kids Fit, The Project ACES Handbook, Spunky The Monkey, and Joey The Kangaroo.The Tri-Fit-A-Thon
A program to help measure the growth of a child's exercise levels.The Country Challenge
A cultural fitness exchange between 2 countries.J Day
One continuous jumping jack for an entire day.The Video Olympics
A fitness competition between two schools or clubs.BAH
Teach children how to break a bad habit and avoid peer pressure.Fitness Pen Pals
A program which links cognitive skills with physical skills.Reach High
Teach children how to give their very best effort.Diabetes
Visit the DAC (Diabetes Awareness For Children) web page to educate children about diabetes. The page also discusses how obesity may contribute to type 2 diabetes.Exercise US
A program where children exercise from coast to coast in the United States for 10 continuous hours.Drink Water
A web page dedicated to teaching families about the importance of drinking water.