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Well, since you’ve been eating well, you’re probably feeling much more energetic than usual. Good food is good fuel for exercise. So this is a sampling of the workout routine from my new ebook, Your Family’s Legacy Plan. If you want the full workout, click here to get the book!
Monday: Take a few laps around the neighborhood with the kids. Invite your neighbors to join you! Race the kids between mailboxes for added intensity.
Tuesday: Star Jumps x20, Walking Lunges x20, Calf Hops x20, Chair Squats x10, Chair Dips x10, Chair Push Ups x10, Crunches x20, Flutter Kicks x20, Stretch
Wednesday: Walk x15 minutes, Step Ups x40, Side Shuffles x10, Skipping x20, Pull Ups x10, Bench Push Ups x10, Bench Dips x10, Bench Squats x10, Stretch
I really like this workout because, as you’ll see in the workbook, everyone can join in. It isn’t just a Mom-thing, it isn’t only for Dad to do. The whole family is supposed to do these exercises together. None of the exercises require equipment – except the equipment at your local playground.
Plus, you can start at your current fitness level.
Feeling out of shape? Start with one set at a comfortable pace. Build up each week by adding either a few more repetitions or another set.
Are you already a rock star athlete? Do some challenging variations of each exercise: add dumbbells to the walking lunges – or put a kid or two on your shoulders. Let a kid hang around your waist as you do your pull-ups. Do your push-ups with your feet on the bench and a kid on your back. See – no need to exercise alone. It’s always more fun with more people and I bet you’ll even find yourselves competing a bit…