Give Kids Fun, Fitness This Holiday Season
Families looking for an easy, fun and inexpensive way to stay fit have a new, award-winning gift option this holiday season. Kideosyncrasy Vol.2 is a fun tool for teaching kids to dance and get fit.
This DVD is jam-packed with live-action; kids-teaching-kids how to easily step into fun dance moves to popular hits. With kids sharing important tips on nutrition and exercise, Kideosyncrasy promotes health and fitness in a fun, learning atmosphere.
"Kideosyncrasy offers kids a cool and easy way to get active and fit, in front of the TV," says Meredith Mulholland, co-creator with husband, Ed Warnick. Their goal is a fun interactive way to get kids up and moving.
"The children's couch potato syndrome is now meeting a formidable challenge," says Tom Pesce, principal at Stratfield Elementary School in Fairfield, Conn. "Kideosyncrasy transforms the media children gravitate to today, music, video, and television, into positive elements for beneficial development."
Kideosyncrasy uses karaoke-style dance lyrics that make it easy and fun for the whole family to learn classic dance steps like the Hand Jive and Jitterbug, as well as Hip-Hop, Line Dances, a basketball routine and more.
"It's exercise disguised as dance," says Warnick, "Add parents, and put a new twist into family game night."
With growing awareness of America's youth fitness challenge, many Elementary schools across the country have embraced the ambitious goal of this DVD series, "Getting the World in Shape One Kid at a Time," by using Kideosyncrasy in gym classes.
"The Hand Jive and Cotton Eyed Joe dances ... make a great case for breaking up a day in the classroom to stimulate bodies and brains," says Laura Fries, Parents' Choice 2008.
"As parents of triplet teenagers, we know how important it is for kids to stay fit and start making healthy choices early in life," says Mulholland.