"It is only through increased sharing and awareness of Junior Olympic news, that these kids will receive greater recognition and support from all over the world," Spitfire contends.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
In spirit of the accomplishments, hard work and discipline illustrated by young athletes during the 2012 Junior Olympics that was held July 25 – August 4 in Houston, Texas, kids' fitness guru Spitfire Brown encourages families, communities, organizations, sponsors and businesses to help support Junior Olympians as they dedicate a generous amount of time, effort and money to prepare for the next Olympic event.
Known as "SPITFIRE," a highly-regarded celebrity fitness consultant and owner, founder and director of the international lifestyle fitness brand XINJA™, Brown believes that by sharing Junior Olympic news, updates, pictures, achievements and video footage on social networking sites, blogs, online media and television, radio and print media outlets, the public will help recognize the accomplishments of these hard-working young athletes.
"Many people in America are not aware the Junior Olympics exists because there is not much media that covers it," Spitfire contends. "It is only through increased sharing and awareness of Junior Olympic news, that these kids will receive greater recognition and support from all over the world."
This event should be televised, but for now, you can watch video coverage of the Junior Olympics on YouTube that was recorded and posted by families, friends and loved ones of the young athletes.
"These kids train very hard for years and will be their country's future Olympic hopefuls; therefore, they need all of the recognition and support they can get," Brown explains.
"This year, several families struggled to help raise money for their kids to travel and compete in the Junior Olympics, and unfortunately, some of the young athletes could not afford to go," Spitfire notes. "Thankfully, there are several countries around the world that do significantly support their Junior Olympians to help prepare for their country's Olympic future. I hope this can become more common all over the world."
In addition to being a kids' fitness guru, the multi-talented Spitfire Brown is not only a celebrity fitness consultant, but also a family fitness specialist, an award-winning hall-of-fame martial artist, Breakout Action Film Star of the Year Award-winner, screenplay writer, producer, accomplished stuntman and former TV Ninja.
For years, Brown has been one of the most requested interactive kids’ emcees on the West Coast and hosted events for Make a Wish Foundation, The Incredibles red carpet premiere and parade at Disney Studios, the red carpet premiere for Julia Roberts' movie, Mirror Mirror and for two years served as the main interactive DJ for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards After Party. Brown also hosted hundreds of exciting parties for elementary schools, middle schools and high schools for CADA (California Association of Directors of Activities).
For more information regarding Spitfire Browns' international lifestyle fitness brand, XINJA™, please visit the company website at http://www.xinjadojo.com and check out the XINJA™ Facebook and Twitter pages. Experience some of the fun offered by XINJA™ at home by downloading the flash mob work-out song, “XINJA Workout Party” by Flowzone Entertainment on iTunes.
For more information, please contact Stacy Brecht at 816.405.2580.