Teens Love It

Experts recommend that teens get 60 minutes or more of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day. 
With the convenience of The Universal Vest teens can get a resistance workout anywhere. This type of training helps you build muscular strength and endurance. Always work with an adult, coach, trainer or other expert to make sure you know the right exercises to do and how to do them correctly.

Vigorous Aerobic Exercise 
This includes sports like football, tennis, soccer, volleyball, basketball, etc. It also includes brisk walking, running, cycling. These movements done with a small % of your body weight can maximize your exercise.

The Many Benefits of Exercise
Everyone can benefit from regular exercise. Kids who are active will:
Have stronger muscles and bones
Have a leaner body because exercise helps control body fat

Be less likely to become overweight
Decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Possibly lower blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels
Have a better outlook on life

Besides enjoying the health benefits of regular exercise, kids who are physically fit sleep better and are better able to handle physical and emotional challenges — from running to catch a bus to studying for a test.
The Three Elements of Fitness:

If you've ever watched kids on a playground, you've seen the three elements of fitness in action when they:
run away from the kid who's "it" (endurance)
cross the monkey bars (strength)
bend down to tie their shoes (flexibility)
Parents should encourage their kids to do a variety of activities so that they can work on all three elements.
Endurance is developed when kids regularly engage in aerobic activity. During aerobic exercise, the heart beats faster and a person breathes harder. When done regularly and for continuous periods of time, aerobic activity strengthens the heart and improves the body's ability to deliver oxygen to all its cells.
The Universal Sports Exercise Vest!
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