Teen Exercise Directory
The benefits of teen exercise are huge: better skin, less stress, toner body, healthier heart, better sleep and mood, stronger immune system, and more. The more muscle you have, the more fat your body will burn every day. Many teens feel like they are too busy to exercise, but even a little bit of exercise can vastly improve your health. Find something fun that you love doing, such as tennis, volleyball, basketball, or any other activities, and improve your overall health through exercising. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how teen exercises is beneficial, what exercises teens enjoy, how to get motivated, and much more.
Aerobic Exercise for Teenagers
Building strong bones is critical during the teen years. WebMD explains the benefits of aerobic exercise for teens - on their fitness levels and mood.
Secrets of Easy Exercise
If you're a teen who's low on exercise motivation, learn how a little more movement in your daily activity easily adds up to big health benefits.
5 Ways to Help Unfit Teens Get Moving
WebMD gives you tips for getting your overweight teen to start moving.
How Regular Exercise Benefits Teens
Exercise benefits your muscles, skin, weight, and mood. WebMD gives tips to teens for getting started.
5 Tips for Teen Exercise: No Gym Required
Think you hate exercise and avoid it like the plague? Here are 5 easy ways to get started and make it fun.
I Hate P.E.!
Not a fan of Phys Ed? There are plenty of ways to make it a little less stressful – and even fun!
America's Kids at Risk
Many teens are sluggish, sedentary, and overweight. That's the bad news. The good news is that parents can make a difference -- if they tap into what their children really like.
Football Concussion Controversy: New Rules
Concussions are common in contact sports like football, but they can have serious long-term effects. Read about the concussion controversy in football, what the NFL is doing about it, and guidelines for treatment and recovery.