All in the Family Workouts – It's the Healthiest Thing You Can Do!
If you have kids – from little ones to early teens – working out together is one of the best things you can do to create a wonderful bonding experience. But it also teaches kids the value of exercise at an early age while helping them become healthy. Face it, sitting in front of an XBOX for hours on end while piling junk food and soda down their throats is not only bad for them now, but damaging for years to come. You don't need hours of workout time, just get those bodies moving! So, here's a few ideas on how you can get the entire family engaged while making it a whole lot of fun!
Walk to Their Favorite Music
Pick a safe place for everyone to walk after dinner. Dress comfortably and make sure everyone has the proper footwear. Mom and dad can take advantage of donning quality compression wear like knee sleeves and compression socks. Now crank those awesome tunes which will get everyone's bodies movin' and groovin'.
Get those Doggies Walking!
Nightly dog walking has been proven to help with weight loss, lower blood pressure, and strengthen your heart. Getting your kids involved not only starts them on a healthy path, but also gives them a sense of responsibility. Just a great way to get everyone involved.
Have a Family Sports Night Once or Twice a Week
One day a week get everyone involved in a sporting activity and make it a different sport every week. Do soccer drills and even have a makeshift net from cones or garbage cans. Have a wiffleball tournament. Get a basketball and play a great game of H.O.R.S.E. or a rousing game of street hockey in the driveway!
Raking Leaves and Shoveling Snow
Have the kids help out and make the end reward jumping in the piles of leaves and snow! Snowball fights are optional!
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