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  • Video: Getting kids unplugged and kicking just part of youth fitness focus

    Former fourth-grade teacher Sara Turtletaub saw for herself what she considered the need for young children to get away from the various screens that dominate modern life and into activities that train and challenge their bodies as well as their minds. Her Kids Unplugged program partners with various fitness facilities to introduce yoga, kickboxing, ZUMBA and strength training to kids ages 4 to 13.

Former fourth-grade teacher Sara Turtletaub saw for herself what she considered the need for young children to get away from the various screens that dominate modern life and into activities that train and challenge their bodies as well as their minds. Her Kids Unplugged program partners with various fitness facilities to introduce yoga, kickboxing, ZUMBA and strength training to kids ages 4 to 13. Sammy Caiola The Sacramento Bee
Former fourth-grade teacher Sara Turtletaub saw for herself what she considered the need for young children to get away from the various screens that dominate modern life and into activities that train and challenge their bodies as well as their minds. Her Kids Unplugged program partners with various fitness facilities to introduce yoga, kickboxing, ZUMBA and strength training to kids ages 4 to 13. Sammy Caiola The Sacramento Bee
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Sacramento children drop gadgets, move to a new beat at Kids Unplugged

February 29, 2016 2:00 AM

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