AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Ninja Warrior fitness foundry in Tseung Kwan O looks to combat Hong Kong children’s failing grades in physical fitness

  • Hong Kong children have some of the lowest reported levels of physical activity in the developed world
  • Local children are also under an abnormal amount of academic pressure from their teachers and parents

Topic |   Health & Fitness
AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
AlphaStep’s Calvin Au Yeung and Dennis Chan are hoping to get Hong Kong kids into physical activity as they are failing globally right now. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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