Black Diamond Wiz Kid Climbing Harness, Deep Torch – Blue

Black Diamond Wiz Kid Climbing Harness

Black Diamond Wiz Kid Climbing Harness, Deep Torch – Blue A decked-out kids’ harness built for up-and-coming rock monkeys, the Black Diamond Wiz Kid packs all the features of our adult harnesses in a smaller size. This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only. Features the same dual-core construction found in the adult Momentum and Primrose harnesses. Bullhorn-shaped OpenAir waist belt with a foam insert in the center offers breathable, lightweight comfort without pressure points. TrakFIT leg loops use a simple slide adjuster to quickly and easily adjust the diameter of the leg loop and provide a wide range of fit, accommodating children as they grow. Easy-to-use pre-threaded Speed Adjust waist belt buckle. Adjustable, releasable rear elastic riser. Two pressure-molded gear loops. Fits weights ranging from 35 to 110 lb..

  • Black Diamond Wiz Kid Climbing Harness, Deep Torch – Blue

Personal health and wellbeing for children have never been more important. Earlier this month, it was announced that a UK health authority1 would reserve the right to deny operations, to those who were obese, as a cost-cutting strategy. If these patients need an operation, they’d have to attend a weight management programme for six months in the hope to encourage them to take up a healthier lifestyle. Currently the NHS spends almost ?9 billion on patient care, specifically for those with weight-related illnesses it’s increasing each year.

Our recent Health Check Report2 revealed that a third (31%) of children aged 2-15 are overweight, however, parents believe only 9% of children are. This shows that some parents aren’t aware of how poor their child’s health could really be.

One way children can improve their overall health and wellbeing can be through the participation of outdoor activities. Professor Fred Coalter, of Sports Policy at the University of Stirling3 explained that “exercise can be effective in improving mental well-being via improved mood and physical self-perception.”