Plank rotations with a preschooler or a toddler

A plank is a basic move that sometimes looks too easy to be beneficial, but the reality is, even though getting into the plank might be easy, but holding a plank can be very difficult because it requires strength and endurance in your abs and back.  The plank is best recognized for its role in core conditioning, but … Continue reading Plank rotations with a preschooler or a toddler

Single leg dip with a toddler- get rid of Jiggles

Get rid of jiggly arms and legs all in one exercise. The single-leg dip is a more difficult variation to the standard dip. Using only one leg for support increases the resistance placed on the upper body during the movement. The movement specifically targets the chest, shoulders and triceps. It also targets your core, since … Continue reading Single leg dip with a toddler- get rid of Jiggles

Core rotations with a toddler (No equipment needed)

The good thing being a mom, you don't need any special equipment for working out. You can turn play time into workout time very easily. You just need to be creative, and I can help with that. For this weeks post I am going to share with you, how to do a Core rotation, using … Continue reading Core rotations with a toddler (No equipment needed)

Tricep sit throughs

Triceps sit through will work two of the beautiful muscles in your body at the same time, all while you are having fun with your toddler. In this exercise you move from Glute bridge, which works your glutes to sitting backward, which will work your triceps. Here is how it is done:   Start in a … Continue reading Tricep sit throughs

Perfect Ab workout

Today my daughter and I could not come to agreement on what fun activity we should do together. She wanted to ride on her tricycle and I wanted to do Core exercise, so here is what we came out with, a perfect Ab workout, "Tricycle crunches". These crunches will work all your core muscle, including the transverse … Continue reading Perfect Ab workout