A CrossFit-Focused Coloring Book Teaches Kids CrossFit Movements

July 7, 2021 by
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Coming to the rescue of every functional fitness loving kindergarten teacher, babysitter, and parent out there who feels like the entertainment options for kids that focuses on health are few and far between, “The Fittest Coloring Book on Earth” features drawings of athletes doing CrossFit movements like quarts, handstand walking, and rope climbs. 

The coloring book was also created by Anabel Avila, whose Spanish-only CrossFit-focused vlog has more than 120,000 subscribers on YouTube. 

The big picture: Fitness-focused children’s books is a small, but growing trend we’ve been tracking for the last year. On top of the three books we’ve profiled in 2021 alone, we’ve been sent several others either already published or in the works. 

Why it matters: Monkey see, monkey do. On top of seeing their parents doing WODs and many times joining in the fun, kids now have books that highligh functional movement. 

  • With 35 unique drawings related to CrossFit movements, you may even consider turning it into a game where once your kid colors the picture, they complete the movement. 

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