“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” ― John F. Kennedy
National Sports Day is celebrated every year on 29 August. This is the birth anniversary of Hockey wizard, Major Dhyan Chand.
The idiom “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” holds true for the young learners. Playing sports, whether team-based or individual, is essential for children as they provide not just physical activity, but also help build children’s self-esteem, confidence, social skills and motivate them to excel in life. In recognition of the importance of sports in one’s life, Primary wing students of Maxfort School Rohini, Delhi celebrated Nationl Sports Day with great zeal. The students performed marching, yoga and basketball in the morning sports sessions.
The children participated whole-heartedly in the event. Little Mangalites have also registered themselves for the Fit India compaign . The aim of this event is to encourage fitness and help all citizens to get freedom from obesity, laziness, stress, anxiety and diseases considering the social distancing norms too.
Let’s prioritise sports and fitness to contribute towards Healthier India.