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Welcome to the Kids Fit Foundation

The Kids Fit Foundation is a national non-profit organization created to serve communities with the charitable mission to fund and provide fitness programs for at risk youth and their families. We are dedicated to raising funds and awareness for quality youth programs that incorporate health, fitness and wellness.

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2014 Donation from Assurance

2014 Donation from Assurance to Kids Fit. The Kids Fit Foundation wants to give a special thanks to Assurance for their generous donation.

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Children’s Obesity Fund Endorses Inaugural Biggest Loser RunWalk Chicago 5K/15K and 1 Mile Kid’s Fun Run

Co-founded by Dr. Michael Omidi and his brother Julian Omidi, the Children’s Obesity Fund endorses the inaugural Biggest Loser RunWalk Chicago on August 4th 2013. The Biggest Loser RunWalk series are fun, exciting events and a great way for families to bond as they get fit and get healthy. Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) July 29, 2013 […]

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Assurance Donation

The Kids Fit Foundation wants to give a special thanks to Assurance for their generous donation.  We want you to stay active and get fit!

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The Rugged Runner Challenge

The Rugged Runner Challenge supports your local GOTR Organization, so you can not only be a Rugged Runner Survivor but you also helped a great organization!

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Get The Facts

  • Overweight children are more prone to heart disease, diabetes, sleep apnea, social discrimination and other health disorders.
  • 1 out of 3 children and teens are considered obese, the chance of developing health problems as an adult only increases as your child’s weight increases.
  • Workouts can help keep kids bones and muscles strong, reduce the risk of diabetes and other chronic diseases, keep obesity away, and provide a mental boost, preventing anxiety and depression.
  • Youth workout programs are NOT simply mini-versions of adult workout programs. Changing sedentary habits by making exercise fun is the first priority, with weight loss and health benefits as a secondary focus.
  • Power lifting, competitive lifting or bodybuilding is not safe for youth until their bodies stop growing and their bones and muscles reach full maturity.

Make sure your children first receive a full medical evaluation from their doctors and get the green light to proceed with any workout plan*