when jordan first brought fitbook junior home as part of her school’s Kids Eat Well initiative, designed to assess the students’ eating and activity patterns and integrate health and fitness education into the curriculum, her mom holly - a PE teacher - was thrilled.
“when she first brought it home, i flipped through it and was amazed at not only how much information was in it, but also how easy it was to maneuver. i really thought it was a great book for kids,” holly said. “jordan always sees me charting my exercise and food in my apps and now she can do it too!”
in fact, holly has noticed a huge difference in jordan’s eating habits as well since she started using fitbook junior - forgoing processed junk in favor of clean, whole foods.
and in the end, all of jordan’s hard work paid off when she was named PE student of the year! now looking forward to a summer filled with all her favorite activities (swimming, biking, basketball and boogie-boarding), she’s putting her newfound passion for healthy living to good use.
fitbook junior in the words of our littlest fab fitbooker ever, jordan:
i have cut back on my sugar and sweets eating, and i have become much healthier because of the amount of exercise fitbook recommends that i do.
with a family camping trip coming up and a jam-packed summer full of outdoor fun, this future pro basketball player/trainer hopeful is definitely living up to her PE student of the year title. congratulations, jordan! we’re so proud of your accomplishments, and so very honored that we could be a part of them!
get a fitbook junior for your very own little fitbooker - and learn about fit@school: the classroom-based program designed to teach kiddos to set healthy goals. how do you integrate healthy activities into your family at-home and on-the-go? share by commenting below!
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