fbpx
Connect with us

Community

Tips For Healthy Kids From Sarah Bowmar

Published

on

Mom-life during the Covid epidemic brings different challenges than years prior. Some students are still attending virtual school, so we are seeing many social – and healthy – activities also being eliminated. Whether your kids play sports, including soccer or baseball, or go dancing class or gymnastic practice, 2021 may be leaving health deficits, such as fewer chances of experiencing team-building opportunities, which also affects confidence, coordination. Plus electronics have often become children’s main source of entertainment during these Covid times.

Interactive activities are fun for kids and also provide numerous benefits for a child’s physical well-being, learning and social and behavioral skills. They also promote overall fitness and health.

It’s no surprise kids today tend to play outside less than past generations, so it is important to ensure your kids are getting enough exercise and learning the importance of a healthy diet.

I had the opportunity to talk with Sarah Bowmar, certified fitness nutrition specialist, certified personal trainer, prenatal and postpartum certified trainer. She is also the founder and CEO of several businesses including Bowmar Nutrition. She is a best-selling Amazon author and her podcast, The Bowmar Show, has almost half a million downloads and can be found on all major podcast platforms. This blog encompasses all of her passions from travel to fitness to home decor and everything in between. She lives by the motto “go the extra mile- it’s never crowded”.

With 1.2M IG followers, Sarah is reaching international audiences. Her products at Bowmar Nutrition appeals to health
enthusiasts around the world.

Since Sarah is a mom, I asked her for tips to navigate our kid’s health during Covid!

1. Involve your kids in healthy family food – We’re at home more now with our kids than before, so the time is ideal to involve them with YOUR healthy lifestyle. Teach them the benefits of healthy food and let them pick meals! Let them help with ordering groceries, have them count fruit and veggie servings, the possibilities are endless when you get in this habit!

2. Include your kids in your at-home regimens – Whether you exercise at-home or outdoors, let your kiddos be part of your activity. Do jumping jacks together, have them time you on your stopwatch, count pull-ups, you and your kids can make this fun!

3. Shake the protein bottles! So many adults have the best memories of time with parents. Have your little ones step up their game with shaking your protein bottle. This will also allow the start of an ongoing, and hopefully liefling, conversation.

4. H20! Teach them young that water is always the best option. Sarah suggests adding a water enhancer or flavor enhancer. You can also buy your children a new water bottle to keep track of their daily water intake!

If you want more tips from Sarah, you can find her online at sarahbowmar.com and on IG at sarah_bowmar.

Heather DeSantis is the CEO and Founder of Publicity for Good (PFG) and Good Side News. Former Miss Ohio International, she leads the firm with a mission to partner with companies who are committed to making the world a better place. Heather has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Entrepreneur, iHeart Media, Business Insider, MSN, Forbes and Inside Edition for her life of living and working full time from an Airstream travel trailer with her fiance Austin.

Become A Crypto Expert

Categories

Recent Stories

Trending


Copyright © 2022 Disrupt ™ Magazine is a Minority Owned Privately Held Company - Disrupt ™ was founder by Puerto Rican serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Tony Delgado who is on a mission to transform Latin America using the power of education and entrepreneurship.

Disrupt ™ Magazine
151 Calle San Francisco
Suite 200
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00901

Opinions expressed by Disrupt Contributors are their own. Disrupt Magazine invites voices from many diverse walks of life to share their perspectives on our contributor platform. We are big believers in freedom of speech and while we do enforce our community guidelines, we do not actively censor stories on our platform because we want to give our contributors the freedom to express their opinions. Articles are not commissioned by our editorial team, and opinions expressed by our community contributors do not reflect the opinions of Disrupt or its employees.
We are committed to fighting the spread of misinformation online so if you feel an article on our platform goes against our community guidelines or contains false information, we do encourage you to report it. We need your help to fight the spread of misinformation. For more information please visit our Contributor Guidelines available here.


Disrupt ™ is the voice of latino entrepreneurs around the world. We are part of a movement to increase diversity in the technology industry and we are focused on using entrepreneurship to grow new economies in underserved communities both here in Puerto Rico and throughout Latin America. We enable millennials to become what they want to become in life by learning new skills and leveraging the power of the digital economy. We are living proof that all you need to succeed in this new economy is a landing page and a dream. Disrupt tells the stories of the world top entrepreneurs, developers, creators, and digital marketers and help empower them to teach others the skills they used to grow their careers, chase their passions and create financial freedom for themselves, their families, and their lives, all while living out their true purpose. We recognize the fact that most young people are opting to skip college in exchange for entrepreneurship and real-life experience. Disrupt Magazine was designed to give the world a taste of that.