ebikes for under $1000 for kids

No family has to shell out extra-large bouts of their bank account to upgrade their child’s bicycle. In fact, there are plenty of electric bikes that have every bell and whistle (and safety feature) you could want but without a price tag that just doesn’t make sense. We have taken your little ones’ biking to …

eScooters for kids

Electric scooters have become an easy essential of a kid’s outdoor play. For years, traditional foot scooters were the necessity, but when e-scoots hit the scene, they exploded in popularity. And just like e-bicycles, these designs have become chic, functional, and incredibly innovative over the years. The best part about this piece of sidewalk fun …

girl riding an e-bike

Upgrading your child’s bicycle does not have to be a hard or daunting feat. Instead, it can be fun, especially if they’re solid riders of two wheels. If you are thinking about taking their skills and journeys around the neighborhood to the next level with an e-bike, look no further than this quick and easy …

kid playing baseball

Baseball is known to be a heavily upper-body focused sport – aside from our catchers, of course – and it is imperative that we know how to stretch, warm up, and cool down the muscles in these areas. With the shoulders being of particular importance to the routine. Create habits early when it comes to …

upper body stretches for after the game

Stretching once the final whistle blows is just as important as before your athletes hit the field or the court. These routines are imperative for warming our muscles up but they also help to cool our bodies down. And instilling this habit in our young players will last them well into their college and pro …

12 month routine for summer sports kids

The age of your kids would determine the way you would approach a full year training routine. I would say for ages 12 and younger the off-season should be used to also try other sports and activities beyond their primary sport. During those times, the importance of developing physical literacy should be of the foremost …

Children doing yoga poses on rubber mat

Whether you are stuck inside due to unforeseen circumstances or just want to find a way to break a sweat when the rain hits, there are so many different ways to get those little ones’ blood pumping and energy expelled! Use the tips, tricks, and activities below to create a daily routine, add to one …

kids warming up with outside activities before getting ready to play

It doesn’t matter if you have a dancer on your hands or an up-and-coming star pitcher for the middle school baseball team, every kid athlete needs to grow up knowing how to warm up correctly. The time before practice and the game is a necessity for all – especially when it comes to safety – …

hockey practice

On the ice, off the ice, at home, or in the gym, there are so many different areas and ways to include great hockey-oriented exercises to your players’ workout routine. Whether you include this in Wednesday night practice or have your team infuse this into their solo plans, every one of these regimens will help …

Warm-ups are the most important part of a day’s match or practice. Without the proper pre-activities, athletes can risk injury and lackluster performance. It’s important to prep your muscles for what’s about to go on at the court! Whether it’s for tennis or badminton, your upper body should be paid well attention to before the …

Bodyweight exercises are a wonderful place for your child to start their athletic training. The resistance they will be introduced to is just right for their bodies because it’s basing itself on the weight of each individual kid. And that’s perfect, no artificial weightlifting is healthier for growing bones. None of these exercises require equipment, …

Whether you’ve got a little basketball player on your hands or an aspiring gymnast, there’s a lot of power that your athlete will be missing if there’s no time spent building up their lower muscles. Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to work on that strength and help him/her progress. When it comes to …

Prone Position

It doesn’t matter if your child is an athlete or an artist, core strength is important no matter who you are or what you’re doing. You need a strong core to do everything from play a game of H-O-R-S-E with your buddies to playing in the Friday night football game to controlling your scissors in …

Summer is a great time for kids to get outside, be active, and develop their bodies athletically. There are typically strength and agility camps that are available in many communities, but these exercises can be done at home, without breaking the bank! Whether it’s the off-season for your kiddos or you’ve joined a travel team …