We can tell how cold it is without even going outside because we see our usage numbers go through the roof.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
The “polar vortex” has set up shop, and it doesn’t look like it’s going back to its home in the Arctic any time soon. That could be trouble for parents looking forward to upcoming February vacations. Kids will be home from school for a week, and without the possibility of getting outside, that could mean a lot of time cooped up with not much to do.
Before you start pulling out all your hair and running for the hills, check out this trial offer from Adventure to Fitness. The leader in kids’ fitness videos has set up a trial page for anyone to access their program - usually $9.99/mo - totally free. Just leave your email address and you get access to a full-length interactive episode, printable activities, a healthy recipe, and health tips from the Adventure to Fitness medical and educational experts.
“We can tell how cold it is without even going outside because we see our usage numbers go through the roof,” said Michael Rhattigan, CEO of Adventure to Fitness. “With February vacation upon us, we know we can really help the community by making our program available during the week-off from school. We know lots of families will be stuck inside, and we want to make that time fun and productive for them.”
The trial is available from February 14 - 23. You can check out all of Adventure to Fitness’s workout routines for kids here: http://adventuretofitness.com/store. The trial is available at: http://adventuretofitness.com/february-vacation.
About Adventure to Fitness
Adventure to Fitness (AtoF) is the #1 educational fitness program for kids, reaching 10 million children around the world. Through engaging videos, interactive games, tips from physicians, informative blog posts and recipes, AtoF’s at-home fitness program offers a 360-degree solution to health and wellness education. Used and trusted by over 100,000 teachers, AtoF was developed with input from leading educational, medical and parenting experts. For more information, visit http://www.adventuretofitness.com.