The Health benefits of Roller Skating
The Carousel Family Fun Center provides exercise and entertainment in a healthy environment. We are a smoke,
alcohol and drug free environment that serves as a gathering place for healthy fun. We also offer Learn to Skate
classes, structured fitness programs, field trips and curriculum development for physical education classes.
CONTACT US TODAY FOR FITNESS AND FUN ROLLED INTO ONE!!!
The President's Council on Physical Fitness recommends that youth ages 6-17 exercise 30 minutes or more, five Days a week. Children generally need 60 minutes of physical activity each day, while adults should aim for 30. The President's Challenge Program says staying active is important for a healthy heart, strong bones, and other reasons like improved social life, sense of well being, as well as looking and feeling better. It's proven that while exercising your body lets out positive endorphins to make you happier. Even if you don't spend a lot of time out in the roller skating rink, exercising for just 30 minutes can increase your overall mood.
Roller skating with your family and friends is fun for all ages and it's family friendly making it 100% safe and fun for all!
When you're looking for an activity that will make you feel good both physically and mentally come visit us at the Carousel Family Fun Centers for a day filled with fun, laughs and plenty of exercise.
THE CONSUMER PRODUCTS SAFETY COMMISSION
found that roller skating is:
*Twice as safe as playgrounds
*Three times safer than basketball or football
*Four times safer than bicycling
*Five times safer than baseball
IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO TEACH A CHILD THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE!
Roller Skating helps develop motor skills through different games, while providing the children with the opportunity for
social interaction. Lack of exercise is often a problem with today's children. Roller Skating can help solve that! It is a fun way
for them to work almost every major muscle group in their bodies. It is recognized by the President's Council on Physical
Fitness and Sports as one of the top three activities. Skating develops muscles in the entire upper leg, rear end and hip, as
well as the lower back. Muscles in the upper arms and shoulders are also developed when arms are swung while skating.