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How to Raise a Sporty Kid

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Not all kids are into sports and that’s cool. (I’m definitely not either.) But we want to encourage them to be active, and to be able to work as part of a team. So where to start when their go-to activity is Fortnite? Well, we have some tips that will help your kids get off that gaming chair and actually enjoy their sport of choice. With these tips, your kid will be feeling encouraged instead of stressed when it comes to all things athletic… so they can feel accomplished when they eventually go back to playing Fortnite. (It’s all about balance.)