Getting our children engaged in anything can seem like a major mountain to climb, especially when it comes from us. We give our children advice to do things because it's good for them. But the problem our children have is that eating something that's good for them or getting involved in something that benefits their minds doesn't register because they are young enough to not feel the negative repercussions. I am always thinking of ways to get my children to love physical exercise.
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From going for a walk in your local forest to venturing out on a family bike ride, there are so many ways you and the kids can stay fit and healthy together. However, there is a slightly more exhilarating activity that you might want to try – horse riding.
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Gyms can be useful. There’s something about being there amongst other people who are exercising that can be pretty motivating. However, a gym isn’t the only place and the only way to keep fit. Our gym membership runs out in March and I am contemplating whether we need to renew it or not! Here are a couple of ways you can exercise without hitting the gym.VIEW the POST
We all know the importance of keeping healthy, yet some of us need a little bit more motivation to do it than others, mainly our partners! For me it's the other way around as Hubby is brilliant at keeping fit and he has to motivate me. Quite often! Sometimes it can be a bit annoying that they can't do anything to look after their weight, or are just making sure that they are looking after themselves a little bit more than they actually are. But, rather than spending hours upon hours begging them, or guilting them into exercise, this isn't going to result in them getting up off the couch. So what are the best ways to do it?VIEW the POST
Tiredness after exercise is to be expected. There’s even an argument that if you’re not tired after exercise, you’re probably not exercising hard enough. You have to be able to push your body, feel the burn, and then move past it-- this is the only way that you can realistically improve your fitness. Of course, with all that energy being expended, feeling tired in the aftermath of a workout is surely normal?VIEW the POST
From making yourself look presentable to having time for that second morning coffee, having kids can often leave you with less spare time than you’d like. While we all know how important it is to keep fit, many parents struggle with fitting time for a workout into their busy schedule. When it comes to children, however, physical exercise is even more vital for growth and development, and should be encouraged as much as possible. If you and your child are in need of some fun ways to stay active, take a look at these easy exercise ideas to help you both stay fit and healthy!VIEW the POST