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Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps Giveaway! #eatlikeabear

How do your kids stay active and fit over the summer?  For us, I try to get my kids involved in sports.  Tonight, since my daughter doesn’t have soccer practice this week due to the holiday, we’ll be having a practice in our backyard.  If you make sports fun for them, they will enjoy playing them.  They won’t even realize that they are staying healthy and fit because of them.  That is why I wanted to tell you all about the Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps.

The Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps are safe, non-contact instruction for kids ages 6-14 and are very suitable for any kid that just wants to learn the game. They provide a station-based training format that allows campers to be divided by age and experience level so each receives the right level of instruction and support. Kids will learn to run, throw, catch, defend, form block, form tackle and explode out of their stance with proper technique and improved speed. The camps, which each run for 5 days from 9am to 3pm (that’s 30 hours active learning, instruction and fun!), do more than just introduce kids to sports, they make kids passionate about being healthy and help develop a lifelong love of fitness.  These camps are held throughout Chicagoland. Click here for specific camp dates and locations: and you can find the one closest to you.

From learning new skills and pushing beyond comfort zones to making healthier food choices and honing young leadership skills, the Chicago Bears Youth Camps provide a great opportunity for kids to develop a lifelong love of fitness.  Since I think this is such a great program, I have arranged for one lucky reader of mine to win a Chicago Bears Youth Football Camp Prize Pack.  One winner will receive a Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps prize package that will include items such as:  Small leather binder, Bears rally towel, water bottle, Play 60 drawstring bag, D.J. Moore fan face, Bears gloves and football cards. Here’s what you need to do:

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Reader Interactions


  1. We keep the kids active with summer recreation programs of soccer, softball, tball, swimming, and biking.

  2. We spend a ton of time at the cabin. lots of activities. it helps that the cabin is only 5 minutes away!

  3. We do lots of bike trips and going to different parks! We also all get in on games such as tag or cherry cherry and the kids love when everyone plays! Thanks!

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