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From the PublisherGail Saltz M.D. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, The New York Presbyterian Hospital and NBC’s Today Show Contributor
Finally a well thought out, developmentally appropriate guide to getting your child to be healthy! More than ever children are suffering from low body self esteem and serious health risks due to lack of exercise and unhealthy eating. Sneaky Fitness is a smart, developmentally well thought out and fun guide to help set your child on the path to a healthy lifestyle and feeling good about who they are. Larysa’s methods are creative and intelligent…. You have fun instead of fights! If you are a parent who cares about your kids health and longevity, you need this book!
Robbyn Sockolow, M.D., Chief, Pediatric Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center
“Childhood obesity has reached epidemic levels in this country. Sneaky Fitness is critical to in helping the future health of our children. Larysa is the foremost expert on training children. Her expertise in this area cannot be matched.”
Julianne J. Smith, Ypsilanti Dist. Lib., MI — Library Journal, 12/17/2009
"Lapine hit the best-sellers list with The Sneaky Chef and is probably headed there again. Fearing that exercise is as "antiquated as a VHS player" and with 32 percent of children classified as overweight, she and celebrity trainer Didio show parents how to bring age-specific exercise easily into children’s lives. They correctly assert that kids can get into a habit of inactivity and tend not to prioritize things like "health" or other pursuits that don’t have instant results. Broken down by age groups, the exercises—each listed with calorie calculations—are designed to weave cardio, strength training, and flexibility into everyday routines. The activities are simple, inexpensive, and fun (e.g., kids will love playing driveway "hockey" with a giant ice cube and brooms). Also included are new Sneaky Chef recipes, which are essentially the equivalent of spiking your kids’ food with nutrient-rich foods of similar colors…. I applaud the design that went into Sneaky Fitness to make it so easy to read and use."