Everyone likes when they’re told what they want to hear; things stay nice and comforting that way. Being told what you need to hear versus what you want to hear can be a little unsettling, but it can be to your benefit. With an abundance of fitness information online, you’re bound to run across some bogus advice. We’re here today to uncover some of the uncomfortable truths about fitness. You might not want to hear some of these things, but they need to be heard.
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The internet is bursting with fitness advice. If you search “fitness advice” in Google, it will come up with some 190,000,000 results (no, we didn’t add any extra zeros there). That’s a lot of advice! Some of it is free information, and some of it you have to pay for. Some of it is legit advice, and some of it is bogus. It’s amazing to have such an abundance of information right at our fingertips, but how do you know what to trust? That’s a tricky question. One that we hope to help you address.
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Whether you’re stuck inside because of weather, you just need to mix up your child’s exercise routine, or you’re just in need of a quick way to get your kids moving, YouTube can help. With loads of kid exercise videos on YouTube, you can create your own go-to playlist that’s ready when you need it. Continue reading 5 Fun Kid Exercise Videos on YouTube
If you’re looking for some fun ways to get your littles excited about exercise, trying some creative workouts for kids just might be the ticket. Step outside of the box, so to speak, and make exercise more of a game than a chore. Who knows, once you’ve tried a few of these, perhaps you or your child will be inspired to come up with a few imaginative workout ideas yourselves! Continue reading Creative Workouts for Kids
Often times it’s difficult enough finding time to squeeze in a workout for yourself. Finding time for family exercise can be a downright chore. How do you get everyone together at the same time for a workout?! One trick is to rethink your idea of exercise. A workout doesn’t necessarily have to be lifting weights, swimming laps, or pounding the treadmill. When thinking of family exercise, think more along the lines of leading an active lifestyle. With a new way of thinking, you’ll be able to fit in more than you think…with the whole family. Continue reading 5 Ways to Incorporate Family Exercise Into Your Week