Being strong encompasses two facets, mental strength and physical strength. The beauty of this arrangement is that each one can help and increase the other. So for example, those that are more physically fit tend to be less depressed, more happy and confident, and less prone to depression and anxiety. There is a ton of research out there supporting this, and has gone as far to conclude in some instances that routine physical fitness is just as good, if not better, at treating depression than taking a daily antidepressant or attending psychotherapy. Because of this, it is imperative that all of adopt some sort of physical fitness routine and by extension promote a healthy physical fitness regimen to our children so they can understand how being physically strong can enhance their mental strength and well being. Lets talk about this today!