Our littles can give us a lot of resistance: resisting a nap, resisting potty training (my life right now), resisting brushing their teeth or eating there vegetables… I could go on forever!
They can also provide us with some good resistance for our workouts. Pick up your little one and get started on the workout below. This is another workout I made for My Atlanta Moms Club.
Complete each exercise for 30s, rest 30s at the end of each round and complete each round 3 times before moving to the next.
Sumo Squats- chest lifted, weight in your heals, and legs spread wide so that your knees do not go past your toes.
Overhead Press – relax your neck and shoulders
Pushups – on your knees is also an option, aim chest to fall between your hands
Bridges- squeeze your core and butt at the top
Plank Hold- wrist directly below shoulders, fee should width apart and keep your butt out of the air
Windmill Plank – on your knees is also and option, try to maintain good plank form throughout
This workout is appropriate for any little one with good neck control up to a big as you can handle lifting ;)
These are some of my favorite lower body stroller exercises. You can follow the plan as laid out below to make it an efficient 15-20 minute workout.
Start by walking 2-3 minutes. Then complete the following circuit 2 - 3 times. Aim to spend 30 seconds on each exercise and walk for 20 seconds in between.
This workout was prepared for My Atlanta Mom's Club. http://www.myatlantamomsclub.com/
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