Fit­ness ac­tiv­i­ties keep kids mov­ing dur­ing break

Chinchilla News - - LIFE -

HAVE you got a house full of en­er­getic chil­dren this school hol­i­days?

Make the most of their bounce by tak­ing ad­van­tage of kids’ fit­ness ac­tiv­i­ties planned in Chin­chilla dur­ing the win­ter break.

Max Fit­ness Chin­chilla will host all high school stu­dents free in the first week of the hol­i­days.

Stu­dents need to head to the gym within staffed hours and show their stu­dent ID for en­try.

For the young­sters, lo­cal fit­ness guru and the owner of Healthy U, Amanda Bell, has an­nounced her first Kids on the Move Fit­ness Club classes for those aged 3–5 years and 6-9 years.

Qual­i­fied in kids’ bootcamp in­struc­tion and out­door group fit­ness, Miss Bell will have your chil­dren out of breath in no time.

“It might seem like there are a lot of games be­ing played but they are learn­ing-based games,” she said.

“These ses­sions are game-based and learn­ing-based so the kids get much more out of them than just a fun time.”

Spa­ces in Kids on the Move are limited to 10 chil­dren for each $10 class and classes will be held on Tues­day and Thurs­day morn­ings in the school hol­i­days. For in­for­ma­tion or to book, phone Amanda on 0406 769 213.

For free hol­i­day fun, lo­cal swim­ming pools will be open for those will­ing to brave the cold.

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