Youth In Fitness Canada

Obesity in children can be linked to a majority of influences, including heredity and excessive sweets. Most would even agree that a significant advancement in technology has lead Canada’s youth into a unhealthy slump.

In order to address some of these problems, certain states have even gone to the extreme, incorporating taxes on soda and beverages filled with sugar. Others are playing their role my simply advocating that children become more active. At You in Fitness (, they stress the importance of maintaining regular exercise and eating a healthy diet, specifically for today’s youth.

While filtering through the site I noticed a few great things, including programs that will allow your children to stay in shape, or rebuild. As mentioned and qoted on their home page, “We are not brains in a jar” (Dr. Kwame Brown) – The quote refers directly to the notion that as human beings, we are preprogrammed to pursue play and fun. In other words, school and work aren’t enough to keep the body active and healthy. Extracurricular activities, whether exercise related or not, definitely improve any sort of lifestyle.

In light of the current crisis, the geniuses behind Youth In Fitness have developed a strict system for keeping your kids healthy. You can find out more regarding payment and structure at Similarly, feel free to purchase reading material at

With facts like “Obesity has tripled in Canada since 1981,” it’s hard to ignore these issues. Be sure to take preventative action for your children and follow up with You in Fitness of Canada.


Posted on November 3, 2010, in Fitness and Health. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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