All posts by Jim Grove

Homeschool parents raising physically literate kids

Homeschool parents raising physically literate kids
May 4, 2017 No Comments »

Parents who homeschool find innovative ways to keep kids active Read More »

Ninja warrior girl is physical literacy in action

Ninja warrior girl is physical literacy in action
April 12, 2017 No Comments »

Lylah MacCall demonstrates superior agility, balance, and coordination Read More »

Trainability: How far can training and practice take your child?

Trainability: How far can training and practice take your child?
March 20, 2017 No Comments »

Training response in children varies widely according to age and genetics Read More »

Program innovation: Physical literacy for early childhood

Program innovation: Physical literacy for early childhood
February 8, 2017 1 Comment »

Mount Royal University undertakes new program for toddlers and preschoolers Read More »

Dance and physical literacy: The link between rhythm and movement

Dance and physical literacy: The link between rhythm and movement
January 19, 2017 No Comments »

Dance develops coordination, strength, and fitness Read More »

Self-regulation: How kids stay focused and control behavior

Self-regulation: How kids stay focused and control behavior
January 16, 2017 No Comments »

Mastering emotional responses to whatever life throws at us Read More »

Daily physical activity: 60 minutes of what?

Daily physical activity: 60 minutes of what?
December 7, 2016 No Comments »

Here’s what qualifies as suitable physical activity Read More »

Beyond 60 minutes: Making a habit of physical activity

Beyond 60 minutes: Making a habit of physical activity
October 13, 2016 No Comments »

Enjoyment is more important than duration Read More »

Study suggests that kids suffer from too much structured activity

Study suggests that kids suffer from too much structured activity
September 25, 2016 No Comments »

Why it can inhibit cognitive development Read More »