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Kids and Family

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This Week’s Recommended Workout:

Ages 4-5: BORN TO MOVE #15 (4-5) Going to Australia
Ages 6-7: BORN TO MOVE #16 (6-7) Heroes in Space
Ages 8-12: BORN TO MOVE #16 (8-12) The Cure
Ages 13-16: BORN TO MOVE #15 (13-16) In My Mind

Recommended Family Activities

Kids Missing Field Day?

Try these 10 DIY Field Day ideas:

  • Popcorn Toss Parachute: Hold a piece of fabric tight, and popcorn items on it. Whichever team drops their item(s) first loses.
  • Sack Race: Use burlap sacks or old pillow cases (king size for adults)
  • Egg Toss: Pair off and line up across from one another. Toss the egg to one another, then take two steps back to increase the distance each round. Once the egg drops and breaks, that team is out. Continue until there is only one team left.
  • Pancake Flip: Using a frisbee or tennis racket, players must try to flip their “pancake” (aka bean bag with both sides marked so you know when it’s actually flipped). Players have one minute to see how many times they can flip their pancake.
  • Hula Hoop Marathon: Whoever keeps theirs up the longest wins.
  • Jump the Creek: Create a “creek” using a slip and slide mat. Fill it with water, shaving cream, etc. See who can clear it without getting wet or touching the “creek”. If you can’t adjust the width of your “creek” adjust the height using pillows, pool noodles, sprinklers, etc.
  • Toe-to-toe race: Race by placing the heel of one foot against the toe of the next. The first one to the end of the track and back wins.
  • Ball Hug Race: Place a ball between your knees and race to the opposite line and back again. You can also do this in partners, where you have to hug the ball between you two and complete the race of obstacles.
  • Egg & Spoon Race: You can substitute an egg for an apple, marshmallow, ping pong ball, or potato. You can substitute chopsticks for the spoon.
  • Freeze Dance: Everyone dances until the music stops, if you move you’re out.
  • Now if you want even more ideas for what to include in your relay race of field day events, check out this article over at

    Family Fitness Challenges:
    How to Have Fun and Get Fit!

    When you have a family sometimes it feels like you have to choose between getting in a workout and spending quality time together. Today we’re sharing our favorite ways to combine fun and exercise with Family Fitness Challenges!

    How to Organize a Family Fitness Challenge

    Decide on a fitness goal
    This part is totally up to you. Choose a fitness challenge below that meets the needs of your family. From beginner to advanced, there is something for everyone.

    Hold Each Other Accountable
    A little friendly competition is always good, but accountability is about cheering each other on and working together. Use the power of strength in numbers to stay motivated and making progress toward your goal.

    Choose a reward
    No challenge is complete without a prize! As a family decide if you want to award 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes or choose a group prize for anyone who completes the challenge. Some few examples of group prizes would be a family trip, a nice dinner at everyone’s favorite restaurant.

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