Hi, I'm Jay McLeod. Today, we're talking about jumping jacks, laps, and sit-ups, physical activities for children. I recommend your child getting at least 1 hour of physical activity a day, that's the bare minimum. Then get more then that's a plus okay but at least 1 hour. This is gonna set them up for habits as they get older. So the first exercise I'm gonna show you is the jumping jack okay. So you're gonna stand with your body nice and tall, feet together, hands by your side okay and what you're gonna do is you're gonna hop your legs out slightly wider than shoulder width and your hands are gonna go out to the side and up to the sky okay. So here, now to bring it back, drop your hands back to your thighs, bring your feet back together here okay and you want to go through this as fast as possible, at least 20. Arms fully extended, body nice and long. The next exercise I'm gonna show you are sit-ups okay. Your basic sit-up. So what we're gonna do, bring our feet together okay, knees bent. I like to, I prefer to ball my hands in a fist okay and put my elbows up okay this way I'm not pulling on my neck by placing my hands behind my, behind my head. So I'm gonna lean back okay nice and relaxed, head relaxed, I'm gonna exhale nice and strong as I come up, inhale as I come back down. Now when I, when I curl up I really want to curl my chest towards my quads, towards my knees okay. I'm gonna exhale as hard as possible, get as much oxygen out of my, my lungs as possible and I'm gonna inhale and I'm gonna inhale and come all the way back down to where my shoulder blades are touching the ground. So let your kids run a few laps okay. Start off with about 5 okay and then go from, progress from 5 to 10 to 15 to 20 okay and you're just gonna pick out a few, a few markers. You can use cones. I'm gonna use trees okay.