Kids and Fitness
Yesterday, I received an email from someone who had read my most recent blog post in the Ashburn Patch about getting kids into fitness. I fully believe there is no reason that is good enough to not be on top of this issue as parents. It’s part of our job to not only lead by example, but also find ways to get your kids’ moving. And as I have said — — it doesn’t have to be a concerted effort like an organized sport but sitting around all the time can not be an option. We are the ones in charge — turn off the tv, go for a walk with them, do some water sport — just get them in the habit of moving! You are doing them a huge favor, even if they don’t recognize it now. I am very serious about this issue too — after spending the weekend meeting teens at YouthFest in Ashburn — it became even more clear that this is a serious issue among the young kids today. After all the work I have done to set the example, I have little patience for parents that make excuses. There are very few excuses that would explain and ok the lack of attention and effort that many parents show towards this issue.
We met a new lady today at CrossFit Impavidus — Diane. She was tough and I didn’t do the prescribed weight (Rx’d) —
20 Double Unders
10 Push Ups
10 Good Mornings
10 Pass thrus
10 Lunges (each side)
HSPU (hand stand push ups)
time: 7:38 (?)
hold a handstand against the wall for 1m. Yes – I did it.
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