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Basics for Babies Recap from Fit For Life Basics for Babies Recap from Fit For Life
I’d like to start by thanking everyone who came out for our basics for babies fundraiser! For those of you who missed it, I... Basics for Babies Recap from Fit For Life

I’d like to start by thanking everyone who came out for our basics for babies fundraiser!

For those of you who missed it, I will give you a quick run down. We had about 20 little kids running around, some learning karate, some just kicking things. It looked like they were having fun and it’s always great to see kids burn off some steam.

For the adults we ran 4 circuits. Nothing too hard but enough to get the blood flowing. We started things off with an obstacle course which included some burpees and frog leaps, shuffle steps and an agility ladder. From there we moved on to a body conditioning circuit which included sumo squats, kettle swings and a few more light weight exercises. The last two stations were kick boxing and Core. In all we raised over $150, not bad for our first fundraiser and most importantly families got out and got some exercise together.

workouts at fit for life for mamas are fun when the kids can play at the same time

Sunday was an example of the type of training I love! People laughing, working hard and getting to know each other. Almost  every exercise we did had some practical application to our daily lives, whether it’s picking up your kids, doing yard work or practising self-defense. If you’re having a hard time getting back into your routine come out and try a class, any class! It’s amazing how much easier it is when all you have to do is show up and the workout is waiting for you!

I will be back next week with tips to avoid hitting a “plateau”!

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Colin Stephenson

Colin Stephenson is an ACE certified Personal Trainer, Black belt in Karate, and a Red Seal Papered Chef. He Currently runs Tuesday and Thursday Mommy and Me classes, on the north shore, for $15 or $10 bi-weekly , and will be adding more classes shortly. He provides personal training , in home and small group training. If you have a group of friends you would like to train with privately in the comfort of your home, that can be arranged as well.

  • Ashley Wiles

    July 15, 2013 #1 Author

    Hi Jessica and Colin! Thank you for putting on this event! I love to see our community active and supporting each other 😀

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    • northshoremama

      July 16, 2013 #2 Author

      Thanks for coming and supporting the great cause, Ashley. It was so nice to meet you. You have a really great thing going on with Sole Girls!

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