When our children are really small, many of us choose to workout at home because it’s the best way to ensure we get in our workouts. But this weekend, I really got to see what happens when we’ve been working out in front of our kids consistently.
Here’s my youngest, speaking live in front of 250 people at an event with Jericho and Joel (trainers from the Les Mills Pump workout). She is so comfortable with the workouts, with the trainers, and with herself.
When we “press play” on our workouts, yes- we are being loving to our bodies, yes we are giving ourselves what we need to have the energy and endurance to keep up with our children, yes we are supporting our bodies to get back into our pre-pregnancy weight in a healthy way… and those are all excellent reasons to workout, but here’s the winner for me….
our choices for our own wellness have had a positive impact on our children!
So, when you are looking for motivation to press play on your workout and you are wondering if being consistent really matters… it does. Our children are learning from our actions!