Daily exercise helps kids and teenagers maintain a healthy weight, cardiovascular health, and muscle and bone strength.
Exercise reduces stress, anxiety, and sadness and boosts self-esteem and confidence.
Physical exercise helps kids and teenagers develop balance, coordination, and motor skills.
Exercise boosts attention, concentration, memory, and cognition.
Team sports and group activities assist kids and teenagers grow social skills and friendships.
Frequent physical exercise in childhood and adolescence reduces the risk of chronic illnesses including obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.