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Sports Tile Surfaces Promote Exercise Among Children And Adolescents

 


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Remember when children actually went outside to play? It seems like a long time ago, long before video games, the Internet, and television became accepted substitutes for actual activity. The result of this inactivity is that kids today are heavier and unhealthier than ever. At Flex Court Athletics we believe that if you're children won't get off the couch and onto the courts, then it's time to bring the courts to them.

With recent studies showing that some 15% of children and teens are considered overweight, with another 15% at risk of being so, it's no secret that kids are engaging in less and less physical activity.

Flex Courts offers a variety of multi-game court flooring that makes a great addition to any backyard, as well as a wonderful incentive for kids to get off the couch and back into the game of life. Choose the sport and odds are we have just the court you're looking for. From outdoor basketball courts , tennis courts and racquetball courts to roller hockey, pickleball courts and gymnastics surfaces and beyond, flex courts bring an active lifestyle for the entire family to the comfort of your own backyard.

Making the leap from the couch to the court can be a bit of a shock to the system, but flex athletic courts can help cushion the impact and make the transition from sedentary child to active child a smooth one. Our sports tile surface was designed specifically to reduce stress and fatigue and to absorb impact, preventing injuries and soreness and encouraging your child to stay active as he or she begins to see results. What a great way to nurture a love of sports and physical activity within your child, one that can last a lifetime.

The exercise habits your child develops now will go a long way in determining how healthy and happy they are as adults. That said, it's important to begin developing those habits now. Provide the impetus for your children to put the remote controls and joysticks down and get down to some good old fashion outdoor exercise. It's just one of the reasons why a flex court will make a great addition to your family, your backyard, and your quality of life.

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