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    I walk 3kms pushing bub in pram and my older 2 kids (DS 6.5yrs & DD 3yrs) ride their bikes. Its great actually as they then rest afterwards and are a bit calmer. We go early too before it gets hot. I lost 20kg doing that route over 2yrs

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    My DS was also doing a kids crossfit class after school and i was doing a crossfit bootcamp. My baby bo6s only 4mths and ebf and only settles for me but i aim to get back to it soon

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    I am definitely going to look into Crossfit for Kids. He would definitely be into that.

    Well done loosing 20kg!! Very motivating to hear!!

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    I was akso going to say exerise DVDs. My kids enjoy doing yoga &weights (body pump) dvds with me (but they do it without the weights). Theres a military type guy called Diamond Dallas who does yoga DVDs aimed towards men (also women can do it too). That might be something your DS likes, its quite 'manly' yoga (sorry to be so gender specific in my description!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naboo View Post
    Thanks for the tips everyone! I love the idea of running with the scooter! Exercise DVDs are a good idea for rainy days. But I might look into DVDs with military type men screaming 'drop and give me 20' as I think that would be more DS style than Zumba haha!

    I think this might just work!
    What about kickboxing or tae bo type workouts?

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    Get both of you fitbits or similar and have 'competitions' my friends kids around that age absolutely love pedometers and fitbits and seeing how many steps they do how far they go etc. might make simple walking more exciting a few times a week?

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    I have a Fitbit my son is fascinated with and he wants his own. Maybe I should get him one!!

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    Just thought some of you would be interested to know that after getting my exercise clothes ready and putty in the pram in the car last night, ready for an early morning workout..... DS and DD both slept until 6.45 this morning.....

    We we are still going to go but typical

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