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Yoga If your child isn’t competitive, then he or she may find yoga appealing. The stretches and poses taught in a typical yoga class offer numerous health benefits for both the mind and the body. Many studios offer yoga lessons specifically designed for children.

More likely to find your kid playing video games than playing catch? Though Junior may not seem overly athletic, that doesn’t mean you should give up on trying to find a sport that’s a good fit. Here are several ideas that may just capture your youngster’s interest. Martial arts Judo, karate and tae kwon do are three martial arts disciplines that are commonly practiced by kids. Each style is unique but there are commonalities between them, including a belt ranking system, a focus on self-defence and an emphasis on individual achievement. Martial arts are both physical and mental and teach discipline, confidence and self-respect.

Tennis and other racket sports Kids who like to compete but prefer one- on-one coaching might enjoy tennis. The sport teaches coordination and develops both basic and fine motor skills. Other possible racket sports include badminton, squash, and table tennis.

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Swimming and water sports If your kid already loves being in the water, swimming may just be the sport that lures them away from the television. Beyond competitive swimming, there’s also diving, water polo, and synchronized swimming to consider.

Equestrian sports Horseback riding, jumping and dressage are three ways kids can compete with horses. If your youngster already loves animals, equestrian sports may be a good fit. They provide core strength and teach body control and balance.

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