8 tips for making fitness part of your family life (no home gym required)

Te Washington Post – Morgan Voigt 

Just get moving. “It is so hard to get started — especially when you have kids,” Dawn says. Something as simple as getting off the couch and going outside together as a family is a great way to get the ball rolling, says Andrew Shniderman, personal trainer and owner of Fit First Academy, which offers classes and one-on-one training for D.C.-area youths. “Go for a 10 minute walk together,” he says. “Spend some time doing something where you are moving.”


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