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Are your kids getting their daily steps?

I started my day today with a brisk 3km walk and after a quick glance at my pedometer, I had clocked up 4,000 steps. I walk every day but if I didn’t make this deliberate move to get in my daily 10,000 steps I would never even come in close!  It got me to thinking...

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Benefits of an inclusive approach to fitness for kids

RINKA classes provide an all-inclusive environment where elitism and perfection are not expected, but where the goal is participation, inclusion and enjoyment. Children learn through play and master the skills they need to develop through play, therefore we must teach on their level and in a language they can understand.

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Let’s Get Creative

Here at Rinka we are interested in all things active but that doesn’t mean we aren’t big champions of all things creative too. In fact, our classes promote creativity in an active way. It is vitally important for your child to have outlets for their developing personalities and what better way than sticking, painting, gluing and coloring! But how can you help your child develop their creativity at home?

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Healthy Habits for The Festive Season

According to new research, childhood obesity rates increase during the holidays. We are all too familiar with the festive bulge that attacks our jeans in the New Year but have we ever stopped to think about the impact the extra food, drinks, snacks and lack of routine the party season has on our children?

Parents need to be mindful about the number of treats kids have over the holidays. Here are a few simple ideas to keep your kids feeling fresh and content and allow them to start the new year revitalized after the break.

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How to Choose a Summer Camp

Schools out, homework is finished until September and the uniform has been buried at the body of the wardrobe. YIPEEEEE!!!!! But wait for it…. ‘Mum what are we doing today?” Yes, it doesn’t take summer boredom long to kick in.

Summer camps are a fantastic way for kids to learn new skills, make new friends and get out of the house for a few days during the holidays. But with so many camps on offer how do you choose what is best for your child? Here are a few tips to help you choose.

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Keep moving indoors when it’s raining outdoors!

It would be fantastic if we thought we would be guaranteed a sun-filled summer holidays this year and the kids could play out doors all summer long. However, that may be a little optimistic!
So, here are a few classic games that will keep your little ones and their friends entertained (and worn out) on a rainy day. No equipment is required for these action games and little bit of silliness is all that’s needed for hours of fun together. These games are also a great way to increase the activity your kids get each day – make one part of their bedtime routine! So push back the kitchen table and make room of some fun 🙂

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A Day in the Life at RINKA

Have you ever wondered what life as a Rinka franchisee is like? Today we are talking with Sarah-Marie who teaches kids every week through the RINKA system. She is well equipped to give you an insight into the energetic, positive world that we call work. Read on to learn what is involved in a career at RINKA.

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Why Should Children Exercise?

1. Exercise helps kids achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.
2. Regular physical activity helps build and maintain strong, healthy muscles, bones and joints.
3. Exercise aids in the development of important interpersonal skills—this is especially true for participation in team sports.

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