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While nearly one in five youth in the United States are obese, the rates of obesity vary greatly across racial and ethnic groups.  According to the latest findings, African-American and Latino youth carry the highest obesity rates, which significantly increases their risk for type 2 diabetes and hypertension.

 

South Carolina, ranks 9th in the nation with over 20% of youth ages 10-17 experiencing obesity and 17% of SC high school students living with obesity.   

North Carolina ranks 10th in the nation with over 19.8% of youth ages 10-17 experiencing obesity and 15.4% of NC high school students living with obesity.   

 

With a focus on esteem-building, plant-based nutrition, well-being and the promotion of fitness to combat childhood obesity within disproportionately impacted communities, co-founder Nadia Hilton Adams leads our seasonal Get-Fit tennis programs in North and South Carolina. 

South Carolina 

If you manage a day camp or community youth program in the Spartanburg or Greenville SC area that primarily serves BIPOC youth ages 6-16, contact us about to learn how to register for our 1/2 day get-fit tennis camps. 

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North Carolina 

If you manage a day camp or community youth program in the Charlotte NC area that primarily serves BIPOC youth ages 6-16, contact us about to learn how to register for our 1/2 day get-fit tennis camps. 

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