The current Canadian physical fitness guidelines indicate that kids between the age of five and 17 should perform at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity on a daily basis. The guidelines also advise muscle and bone strengthening activities at least three days per week.
Gone are the days when people feared kids would develop massive bodybuilder physiques or that CrossFit was a fanatical, military-style of training. Currently, the widely accepted view is that with qualified coaching, CrossFit helps make children’s muscles stronger–not bulkier–while improving cardiovascular health through mentally and physically engaging activities.
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