Up until this challenge I’ve never been a member of a large gym. I love the gym my employer has for its employees inside the building. I’ve had much success there and love the trainers, classes, equipment, and trails around the facility. I thought it would be a hard sell for me to feel at home in a large gym. Well I’m here to tell you that no matter what the size, it’s the work you do inside the gym that matters.
Because they’re too young, the kids don’t get to use the facility at Gold’s Gym. However my personal trainer, Lass, developed a program Anna could do at home. It’s four simple body weight exercises that will build cardio and strength in one. And best of all, it only needs to be done three times a week! I’m going to share with you what Lass told with me. (Lass, I hope you don’t mind me giving out your secrets.)
Start off by stretching and getting the body limber. Then do 12 jumping jacks, 12 body weight squats, 12 overhead presses and 12 toe touches. Now repeat those moves 4 times.
Our experience at Gold’s Gym has been nothing but wonderful. I know that our personal trainers will be friends of ours for life. They want nothing but the best for us and expect nothing from us but our best. I know that after this challenge Andy and I will become members at Gold’s Gym. We cannot imagine that gym not being a part of our lives and the kids can’t imagine not having the Kids Club (daycare) either. The staff in the Kids Club is always so nice and happy to see the kids.
What kinds of workouts do you do with your kids? Post a comment and let me know!