Best Exercises Moms and Kids Can Do Together


As adults, it is very important to exercise to help keep our bodies in shape. But, exercise is not just for adults. In fact, kiddos can benefit from exercise as well. Exercising with your kids can help both of you stay in shape, as well as improve your bond with one another. No matter your fitness level, there is something fun you can do as a family to get active. Here are some of the best exercises that moms/dads/grandparents and kids can enjoy doing together.
Yoga
Yoga is great for people of all ages. Yoga can help you relax your mind, as well as stretch your limbs and muscles to help prevent injury. It is also a great way to wind down. So, when your kids are in need of a cool down, have them head out with you to a mommy and me yoga class. You could also partake in some or your favorite positions in your very own home. Soon you’ll find that yoga is a great way to spend time with your kiddo.
Pedal Those Wheels
Bicycling is another form of exercise that is great to enjoy with a partner. And who better to enjoy the outdoors with than your little love? When biking around the neighborhood gets a little old, load your bikes up and head over to a nearby park for a change of scenery. Let your child set the pace and choose a destination to “race” to.
Walking
While walking is not the most vigorous of exercises, it is a great and simple way to get you and your little one moving. Walking outdoors can improve the mental health of you and your kiddo, plus you can choose to walk around different parks when you need a fresh view. Crummy weather? Not to worry, head over to the mall and take some laps. Start your stopwatch and speed walk with your child, while trying to beat your time from the previous lap. Your kiddo is going to have fun with that last one!
Play Ball!
What kid doesn’t love playing with some sort of ball? Play basketball, soccer, or even baseball with your kids. This is the perfect way to exercise together. You’ll be having fun, but also burning calories. In no time, you’ll be able to keep up with your child, too.
The next time you need an exercise for you and your child to do together, check out this list. What exercises would you add to the list? I’d love to hear your suggestions.

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