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Exercise and proper nutrition are the key to having a health child Nutrition and exercise are important because it keeps peoples bodies - and minds healthy Without both of these factors we wouldnt be feeling or looking very good Actually there are so many reasons why exercise and good nutrition are good for people at every age and its a good time to teach children to develop healthy habits and see why its cool to be fit Exercise makes your heart happy and your heart is one hardworking part pumping blood every day of your life The heart is a muscle and its the strongest muscle in your body - but its always looking to become even stronger Since it cant lift weights to get stronger it relies on you to do aerobic exercise Aerobic is a fancy word for needing oxygen and aerobic exercise is any kind of activity that makes your muscles use oxygen Aerobic exercise is repetitive meaning its an activity you do over and over to keep bringing fresh oxygen to all of your muscles When you do aerobic exercise and bring in that oxygen your heart becomes stronger and even a tiny bit bigger The number of blood cells in your blood increases so the blood can carry even more oxygen The blood in your body even moves more easily through the blood vessels All these things mean that your body works more efficiently to keep you healthy and you can do lots of exercise without getting worn out Its a good idea for kids to do some kind of aerobic exercise two or three times a week for 20 to 30 minutes at a time Its not hard to do - some excellent aerobic activities are swimming basketball ice or roller hockey jogging or walking quickly inline skating soccer cross-country skiing biking and rowing Even dancing skipping jumping rope and playing hopscotch are aerobic activities Exercise makes muscles and
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