Father’s Day - 5 Ways You Can Be An Active Dad
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5 Ways You Can Be An Active Dad this Father’s Day

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In light of this coming Father’s day, we wanted to share a few tips on how to be an #activedad. Amongst the constant demands of being a dependable parent, parents can easily forget the importance of leading an active lifestyle in order to ensure you can continue to be there for your children every step of the way and not slow down! Although making time for your exercise can seem like an insurmountable task at first, it’s easier than you think. We at Fast&Up shall have outlined a few lifestyle changes you can bring about to fit in regular exercise into your schedule, as well as have fun with your children! Follow these simple steps to never miss another workout!

5 Ways You Can Be An Active Dad this Father’s Day

1) Go for pre-dinner or post-dinner walks

Making sure you get those 15-20 minutes of walking keeps the mind and heart healthy, as well as allows the family to breathe in the fresh air! It works up an appetite too!

2) Crank up the music and boogie down

Let your favorite tunes play and groove to the music. Dance is an excellent form of cardiovascular activity and what’s more fun than letting loose with your children and moving to the rhythm of the music!

3) Run, walk and roll!

Have your child join you while you walk, run or cycle. Babies, toddlers, and young preschoolers can ride in a bike seat or bike trailer. While you walk, jog, or run, older preschoolers and grade-schoolers can get their own exercise on scooters, tricycles, bikes, or in-line skates. If you are a cyclist, consider a trail-a-bike that turns your bike into a tandem-style your child can use.

4) Yoga for 2

Teach your child a few simple poses and they can stretch right beside you. Many kids are quick learners and flexible but let them take the lead and go at their own pace.

5) Use the playground as a gym

Playground equipment is exciting for kids and can prove to be an intense workout for moms and dads, too. This circuit routine offers options for beginning exercisers, more advanced athletes, and even parents and kids working together.

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