Meet The Fit Zoo Crew
The Fit Zoo Crew Game consists of 30 colorful animal characters. Each character shows a different exercise. The Fit Zoo Crew can help your family with healthy fitness.
Try bear crawling with Barry Bear or crab walking with Kerry Crab. There's sports agility with Danny Duck. Who's ready for dumb bell exercises with Manny Monkey, Perry Panda or Gabe Gorilla? Are forward lunges your child's favorite lower body exercise? Great! Olivia Ostrich loves forward lunges too. Your kids will have fun with our card game, exercise game, stickers and other activities.
The Fantabulous Fit Zoo Crew may also help your child to socialize. This may not have been possible during the pandemic. A new exercise and description is available every month.
Download and print our convenient Fit Zoo Crew healthy fitness logs to track your family’s weekly progress. Or print colorful Fit Zoo Crew stickers to reward your kid after learning a new exercise. The Fantabulous Fit Zoo Crew Game has been played by kids of all ages!
Bike Rodeo - sponsored by Fletcher Hills Kiwanis Spring 2022
Fiesta Del Sol, Santee Active Lifestyle Expo 2017-2018, 2016-2017 San Diego Adventure Runs,
San Diego Festival of Books, Spring 2017 Rosie Network Veterans Showcase, Fall 2017, Spring
2018, Fall 2018 San Diego Kids Expo and Fair, 2018 National Head Start Association Conference
and Expo, Super Dentists Back2School Expo, NXPT 2018 Inaugural Challenge, 2018 St. Jude
Walk/Run 5K, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) Event, 2019 STEM Expo,
STEM in Your Backyard events, Grossmont Center/Kiwanis Miracle Mile of Quarters 2019.
Exercise of the Month
June 2022 - Standing Dumbbell Curls
Standing Dumbbell Curls
Equipment: 2 dumbbells
1. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, a dumbbell in each hand.
2. Put your arms at your sides.
3. Raise one dumbbell slowly at your elbow, with your knuckles facing up,
raise it high enough so that your forearm and bicep are almost touching.
4. Put it slowly back down then do the same thing with your other arm.
5. 5-10 repetitions per arm.