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GFF Youth Programs

| February 6, 2015
GFF Youth Programs

Check out this year’s youth training programs at the “Y” Get Fit Families Youth Programs 2015 Youth Triathlon Training and Running Programs  

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Sports should be one of the most enjoyable and educational activities our children get to do. When kids participate in a triathlon, they will swim a short distance, bike a little and run. However, a triathlon is more than doing three things they love most (swim, bike, and run). The gift of participating in the […]

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Kids in Triathlon

| March 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
Kids in Triathlon

Triathlon is an interesting sport. It attracts so many different people to the sport all doing it for their own personal reasons. However, when it comes to kids in the sport, what drives them? I started the Get Fit Families Youth Triathlon Team 3 years ago. The team is finally starting to grow and thanks […]

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Get Fit Families Kids Corner

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments
Get Fit Families Kids Corner

by Joella Baker (newsletter 11/16/12) Are you looking for something fun to do with your kids during the winter? If you have access to a gym, or even your basement, you can do these fun drills with your kids to keep them active, allow them to have fun and stay in shape during the winter […]

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Kids and Exercise : What should kids eat to run well?

| August 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
Kids and Exercise : What should kids eat to run well?

By: Joella Richard Baker (newsletter 8/26/11) Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You must eat breakfast to have energy. The fuel you get from your breakfast will give you energy in school and will also give you energy all the way up to your cross‐country practice or meet. Good things to eat […]

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Make sure your kids learn to swim

Make sure your kids learn to swim

By Joella Baker (newsletter 7/8/11) One thing all kids should learn is how to swim. I can’t remember not being able to swim. From the time I was barn, we had a swimming pool and in the summer, I lived in the water. I loved racing my sisters, seeing how long I could hold my […]

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