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Dr. Ravi Sankaran, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Amrita School of Medicine, Kochi, “Today, lots of youngsters have muscular and postural problems. Most kids sit down with a tablet or in front of the television and their body will grow the way it is used. If it is a sedentary position, the body will become short, with a deformed spine and pelvis. Their posture and muscles will be affected. Most of the time we find that in a well-developed body, the joints won't be under much strain. If you are young, your body will be able to repair the damages caused by physical activity, heal faster and become more resilient. If you have not engaged in such exercises at a young age, you will not get these benefits”.