Aug 14, 2018
There are lots of assumptions that it would be easy to make about exercise for young children. Most are dangerous and some could cause them irreparable damage for the rest of their lives. It would, for example, be wrong to assume that young children are full of beans anyway, so we should just let them get on with it. Like the rest of us, unless opportunities are placed in our way to encourage good behaviours we will develop bad habits that will eventually become the norm. Another ‘very wrong’ assumption is that some children are naturally ‘sporty’ and others are more ‘academically’ gifted. This simply is not true.
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