Ninety-six percent of female CEOs credit their sports participation in high school as a time when they honed valuable leadership skills. Girls who participate in sports not only cultivate physical fitness, but they also develop essential life skills such as teamwork, leadership, and time management.

Movement-based education and sports contribute to improved cognitive functions and mental well-being, fostering confidence and self-acceptance. By challenging societal norms and representing more than themselves, girls who move also inspire others, and they pave the way for future generations of empowered women. GO TEAM!🤸🥇


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