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Kid-Friendly Fitness Apps





Kids and adults alike compete for high scores on BattleSteps, a pedometer app that lets users around the globe face off against one another for the highest hourly and daily step counts. Send congrats, taunts and motivation via emojis on the app’s messenger feature. (FREE; Apple)

 

With more than 150 exercises that target all parts of the body, the KidFit app offers activities that range from easy to challenging. Videos and step- by-step instructions make exploring new workouts simple and fun. ($1.99; Apple)


 

Your child can boost her agility, strength, flexibility and balance with help from Sworkit Kids. Similar to the adult-work-out app of the same name, audio and visual guides let kids follow along with exercises while they practice gross motor skills. (FREE; Apple and Android) 

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