It is generally recommended for children to engage in physical activity for at least an hour each day, but this does not necessarily need to be rigorous exercise. While rigorous exercise can be beneficial for improving fitness and athletic performance, it is important to balance it with other forms of physical activity and rest. Overdoing it can lead to injury or burnout.
It is important to keep in mind that children’s bodies are still developing, and they need time to rest and recover. Encourage your child to participate in a variety of physical activities, such as running, playing sports, swimming, or cycling, and make sure they are getting enough sleep and eating a balanced diet to support their overall health and well-being.
Consult a pediatrician or a doctor to determine the best exercise program for your child, considering their individual needs and health status.