Hilarious babyfit workout
Dad lets tiny baby prove that kids aren’t just lazy blobs in funny workout video.
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Do you get cross at crossfit or forget to put the “yo” in yoga? This adventurous dad decides to see if he can keep up with his baby daughter in a hilarious fitness video. That’s right, it takes a lot more energy than you’d imagine to keep up with those roly-poly babies. Just keeping your chin up prove that all of the eating babies get up to is easily worked out in one short fitness session.

Chins up!

Lily Ann is one determined little girl as she stares into the distance while lifting, rolling and assuming the relaxed position. The beads of sweat on her dad’s face are almost visible as he attempts to keep up in a glorious display of Man vs. Baby.

The best part of all? If it gets too much, you can always sleep like a baby afterwards…

Are you bold enough to take the baby workout challenge? Watch this short video and see if you have what it takes:
The Lily Ann Workout via Michael Stansbury/Youtube



Fit parenting

On a serious note, kids can be exhausting, and parents lose lots of their pre-parent workout time when a little one comes along. It’s a great idea to look into some exercises you can do at home to make sure you have the stamina to keep up with a growing child.

As a new parent, do you do any form of exercise?

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