No time to workout now that you’re a mom? Try turning every day activities in to a workout.
Plie Squats with Stroller Press, ButtKicker Uphill Run, Side Stroller Push/Pull – Take your kids on a journey… UPHILL. As you plie squat your way through the park, build strong lower body strength. Then, burn some calories with an uphill buttkicker run and close it out with some side stroller push/pull reps.
Raise your hands up to the sky and “all hail” this great full body lunge exercise. Don’t forget to smile as you get your butt kicked with these resisted run and woodchop exercises.
Children as well as adults enjoy the benefits of exercise. Physical activity can help: Prevent high blood pressure & high cholesterol Strengthen bones Ward off heart disease and other medical problems Relieve stress Maintain or achieve an appropriate weight for height and body build Reduce risk for Type II Diabetes Provide a healthy outlook on […]
Build your bicep muscles while entertaining your kids with a workout version of “Wheels on the Bus”. Then, increase your heart rate with your stroller as you side shuffle push it down the road.
Whether you like it or not, your life will change after having a baby. Beyond that, your workout should change as well! Being a mom is simply not good on your body. By teaching you how to move through motherhood and working out to address these new challenges, you will be stronger, healthier and happier.
Anchored Row and Speed Skater – Start by floating out a few reps of this anchored arm row. Then, glide into your best speed skater leaps to raise your heart rate and build core and lower body strength.
Wall Sit with Diagonal Rear Fly, Side Stepping Peek-a-Boo, Wall Sit Bingo – You gonna take that sitting down? I don’t think so! Add a diagonal rear fly upper body workout to maximize this wall sit pose. Then show off your stuff with a side stepping rendition of Peek-a-Boo and bring down the house with […]
You might not realize however, how important your own body image is to your daughter’s future. Our talk and behaviors greatly influence our children, especially our daughters. We may take for granted how much they take in, even at a young age.
Tone your thighs, glutes, and core with this stroller workout. The sequence includes Squats with Inner Thigh Engagement, “Jump Shots”, and Plies with Oblique Reach. Brought to you by Stroller Strides by Fit4Mom.