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MultiSport Fitness to Host a Generations Ryde March 11, 2016
Healthy Family Lifestyle Campaign in Supporting Parents and Children to Benefit in Free Fitness Program
Mt. Bethel, March 3, 2016: MultiSport Fitness is announcing an event during the Healthy Family Lifestyle Event aimed at bringing Parents and Children together in fitness and wellbeing. On March 11, 2016 at 4 PM, MultiSport Fitness will host a free “Generations Ryde” geared at promoting health for the whole household in a new and exciting class called Video Rock-n-Ryde where child-appropriate music videos help to motivate participants that follow along with an instructor.
The Healthy Family Lifestyle Campaign is crucially important as recognized in the fact that in the past three decades, the increased percentage of utilization in video games, Social Media, and binge-watching television has had a dramatic impact on the health and wellness of families and youth throughout the world. In a recent report conducted by CNN Health, it was identified that “declining opportunities for family interaction and increasing sedentary time at home represent a significant threat to our children’s health and wellness.”
With average time spent in front of a television or computer screen by those aged 8 to 18 is now at over 4 hours per day, obesity rates have tripled for children and have increased by over four-times for adolescents over recent years, with 1 in 5 children aged 12 and over being considered overweight or obese. Beyond the physical wellbeing of youth in a household, time spent in front of a screen rather than interacting with one another has been identified by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration as a negative impact to quality future mental health in children.
Parents and children can come together on March 11 at the “Generation Ryde” to receive Free Admission and receive a special goodie bag for participation. For safety, children fewer than 51 inches in height will be able to spend time in a Free Child Watch area while the parents and other children participate in the event.