Keeping healthy and fit is a challenge, especially in our grey city full of cheap unhealthy food, brutal winters and a frequently high AQI. For kids, good health habits form the bedrock of adulthood, but spending formative years sitting hunched over endless homework, being overfed by nainai and a minimal focus on physical education can be problematic.Naturally, the key is education. As parents, it’s our job to encourage healthy eating and fitness habits early on in our kid’s lives to prevent childhood obesity. Luckily there are a plethora of well made, usually free apps designed for teens and pre-teens to get them to use tablets and smartphones in an active way. After all, if their faces are glued to their screens anyway, they might as well do something healthy and productive.
NFL Play 60 (Free)
Sponsored by the American Heart Association and the NFL, this free AR (augmented reality) game enables kids to run continuous obstacle courses collecting coins and power ups. These can be redeemed to buy in-game gear f