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The emphasis of this program is on participation and developing a healthy lifestyle as opposed to the competitive aspects of running. However, this program will touch on aspects of competitive running in the last lesson.
The Kids Run the Nation Program is divided into 10 weeks of instruction and activity.
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Running is a sport for all ages
There are running programs for kids and adults. People learn to run at an early age and many continue to run well into their 70s and beyond. Running is a sport in which everyone in the family can participate.
Running is the most accessible sport
No matter where you live, work, or go to school, there are areas that are safe for running. Running clubs, youth running programs, and events can be found in nearly every city in the United States.
Running is the perfect exercise
35 minutes of running three to four times a week will result in improved physical fitness. Running strengthens the heart and lungs and the major muscles of the body.