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Looking for a young adult fat camp in Sterling Heights?

If you are looking for a young adult fat camp in Sterling Heights, you have found the best young adult fat camp anywhere!  We are located in the Poconos in PA, just outside of New York City.  However, we serve so many campers from Sterling Heights that are looking for young adult fat camp that we created a webpage just for customers from Sterling Heights.

As a parent looking for young adult fat camp for your child, family, or yourself, we’d love to hear from you.  You can check out our video tour here.

Help in Finding young adult fat camp for Sterling Heights Residents

At Camp Pocono Trails, we are the top health and fitness program in the United States. We serve campers from all over including Sterling Heights.  Our program has been around for over 20 years serving Sterling Heights families and we are fully American Camp Association (ACA) accredited.

Our program is located on 350 spectacular acres with over 100 activities.

Health and Wellness Camp for Sterling Heights Residents

We can pick you up from the Newark, NJ or Allentown, PA airports.

Variety of Activities at Young Adult Fat Camp

At Camp Pocono Trails, our teen fitness camp component is comprised of both individual and team sports in the hope that our campers will find a wide variety of activities they will want to continue upon transition back home. Even if your child is hesitant about attending a fitness summer camp, fear not. Most of our campers have not been star athletes or have been reluctant to participate in sports.

Because our campers comprise a wide variety of physical ability, your child will get the experience of being successful at sports and workout activities. Our activities are geared to engage even the most reluctant camper who may not want to attend a fitness summer camp.

Summer Camp Addressing Young Adult Tech Overuse Habits

Having some time away from screens is one of the most valuable aspects of a summer camp for weight loss. With our technology track, campers learn how to self-regulate their screen time by keeping a journal and limiting their time to predetermined levels.

While it is true that there are some benefits of online socialization, the way kids socialize online is unique and does not necessarily transfer over into the real world. For example, if one gets into an argument online you can just block the other user or log off for the day. Learning how to deal with frustration or social awkwardness is something that is best done face-to-face.

Additionally, with online interactions, kids miss out on learning about nonverbal communication and other subtle nuances of face-to-face communication such as tone, facial expression, and body language.

Young Adult Fat Camp: Resources for Weight Loss

Physical Activity for People with Disabilities: https://healthfinder.gov/FindServices/SearchContext.aspx?topic=14554

Various resources from healthfinder.gov to help individuals with disabilities maintain an active lifestyle.

Physical Activity is for Everybody: https://www.cdc.gov/features/physical-activity-disabilities/index.html

Five easy steps from the CDC that healthcare providers can follow to help adults with disabilities increase their physical activity.

Deliciously Healthy Eating Recipes: https://healthyeating.nhlbi.nih.gov/default.aspx

The National Institute of Health’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has created a website of nutritious and tasty meal ideas for children and adults. The site features recipes, videos, and tips for creating healthy meals for the family.

Dietary Guidelines for Americans: https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/eat-healthy/dietary-guidelines-for-americans/index.html

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans provide evidence-based nutrition information and advice for people age two and older to help Americans make smart choices about food and physical activity so they can live healthier lives.

Developing Healthy Habits at Camp

Finally, a summer camp for weight loss can develop a sense of responsibility for their child. A summer camp for weight loss gives campers the opportunity to learn about establishing healthy routines whether that is with food, physical activity, or screen time. Young people need to learn to do this without being forced to do so by their parents.

As parents, our knee-jerk reaction is often to police our children’s food intake or screen use.  We must always keep in mind that we are preparing our children for independence and that we will not always be there to monitor their behaviors. As a result, a summer camp for weight loss should always include lessons as to why we are making these changes. We should also teach our children the value they will gain by sticking to these new routines.

Google Map of Sterling Heights

Wikipedia on Sterling Heights

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Next Steps to Register for young adult fat camp

Please check out our dates and rates or give us a call at 1-800-365-0556.