Babies under 1 year
Parents can do some passive exercises such as baby exercises and massages for the baby. You can also let your baby lie on the carpet or lawn, do some exercises such as lifting, turning over, crawling, jumping according to the beat of the music, playing pull-up sit-ups, rope pull toys, bent over pick-ups, rolling balls, crawling and chasing games .
1-2 years old
Allow them to perform sports such as walking, running, jumping, going up and down stairs, throwing balls and throwing sandbags, playing games such as picking leaves, squatting in the sand, kicking a ball, and walking with a puppy.
2-3 year old baby
It can be used to run, jump, climb, and go up and down the stairs. Play games such as pinball jump, standing long jump, toe walking, ball throwing, stepping on the shadow, and golden rooster independence.
Toddlers over 4 years
Sports and games should be combined to increase children's sports interest and their ability to coordinate sports. For example, let children cross the wooden bridge in outdoor play areas, dance, throw a handkerchief, play with an eagle and catch chicks.
It can be used for swimming, jogging, brisk walking, skating, cycling, and various ball games. This kind of exercise is best 3-5 times a week, 20-30 minutes each time, no more than 2 hours a day, can be divided into 2-3 times. Rope skipping, rubber band jumping, frog jumping, vertical jumping, and other high-level bouncing movements can bring rhythmic pressure to the lower limbs, and sufficient blood supply will accelerate bone growth. Bounce exercise 1-3 times a day. 5-10 minutes each time is appropriate.
Stretching exercises such as pull-ups, rhythmic exercises, kicks, leg presses, and ballet exercises can increase flexibility and make the body easier and more flexible. With the first two exercises, 3-5 times a week.
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