You can now register online to be included with the millions of children all over the world that participate.....Click Here
Receive a 50% discount on Len Saunders' new book, Keeping Kids Fit. Proceeds help support Project ACES .....Click Here
Learn how to set up an event at your school, club, or organization. The program is free and easy to organize.....Click Here
The Youth Fitness Coalition would like to welcome Olympic hero Dan O'Brien to the Project ACES team as our lead spokesperson. Dan, also known as the “World’s Greatest Athlete” thrilled the world winning the gold medal in the decathlon in 1996. Click here to read Dan's full biography.
The creator of Project ACES, Len Saunders, just released his new book entitled Keeping Kids Fit. Now, Project ACES participants can receive a special 50% discount on their purchase of this new book, which teaches families about fitness, nutrition, diet, sleep, hydration, sports, and exercise. The book lays out a simple blueprint for success for parents and teachers. Proceeds from the book support Project ACES. Click here to receive your promo code.
What happens if I can't start at 10 AM? Click here for the answer.
Reports from leading organizations around the world are reporting that the current generation of children may be the first generation whose life expectancy could be shorter than their parents. The American Heart Association (AHA) is now stating that 25 million children and adolescents (age 2-19) in the United States are overweight or obese - that's nearly 1 in 3 American children. The AHA has also stated that "Most overweight children have at least one major physiological risk factor (besides overweight) for cardiovascular disease, such as high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high insulin or high blood pressure." Obesity is becoming a global epidemic and a serious threat for both children and adults.
The Youth Fitness Coalition (YFC) and the Project ACES web site are for advice and information only. Anyone participating in an exercise program does so at their own risk, and should be healthy and medically cleared by a doctor. If not, seek out medical guidance prior to engaging in any type of physical activity. Increased physical activity may be dangerous for some people. The YFC assumes no responsibility for any accidents, injuries, or damages as a result of any person's voluntary participation in any YFC or Project ACES activities or events.