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Fitness Programmes for Children

  1. Body weight of Hong Kong children
  2. Why should we manage our body weight?
  3. How to define obesity?
  4. How to avoid being overweight?
  5. Guidelines on the amount of physical activity for children
  6. Physical activity and calorie expenditure
  7. Simple circuit training
  8. Fitness training course for children
  9. Virtual class for simple circuit training
  10. Download pamphlet of body weight management of children

Fitness Training Course for Children

Healthy Exercise for All Campaign 2014/2015 - Fitness Training Course for Children

Event Date
Enrolment Date
Enrolment method
(Refer. Notes)
Information to be provided later

Points to noteG
1. QuotaG@20 participants per class
2. FeeG@$40 / participant
3. AgeG@8 to 14
4. Should there be any enquiry on course content or enrollment arrangement for recreation and sports activities, please contact the District Offices organizing the activity.


means the activity can be enrolled on a first-come-first-served basis through the enrolment methods listed below

  1. Enrol in person at any District Leisure Services Offices or any recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services
  2. Enrolment by telephone
  3. Enrolment by mail
  4. Enrolment through Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk
icon means the activity places will be allocated by balloting.
icon means the activity also accepts on-line enrolment via Leisure Link Internet Booking on a first-come-first-served basis. Applicants may enrol in activities through the Leisure Link webpage (http://leisurelink.lcsd.gov.hk) starting from 8:30am on the first date of enrolment.
icon means the activity should be enrolled at the District Office organising the activity / designated venues of respective district (Please refer to the monthly programme information of the respective District Office organising the activity or contact the District Office for enquiries) and applications would be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Leisure Services Offices in various districts will organise this programme for children aged between 8 and 14. For details, please call Government hotline at 1823.

For more information on health, please call the Department of Health 24-hour Health Education Hotline: 2833 0111 or visit the website of the Central Health Education Unit of the Department of Health at www.cheu.gov.hk.

Acknowledgments : Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China

Reference : Child Growth and Nutrition Evaluation Guide (sic) by LEUNG Suk-fong (1995). MEDI-proficient

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Acknowledgement : Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China
Prince of Wales Hospital Department of Physiotherapy

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