Happy Father’s Day!

I have to say that one of the better parts of having your first child is you gain an extra holiday. I love Holidays and Father’s Day is one of my favorite. It has nothing to do with gifts or family parties but rather the honor of knowing you have joined that special club known as Fatherhood.

I have three kids and they are an amazing blessing in my life. Today my daughter had a dance recital and my son competed in a track meet. It is so much more rewarding to watch your own kids perform than it ever was competing when I was younger. This is true of coaching as well. I have enjoyed being a part of the teams I have coached and their successes than any team I actually played for. Speaking of we should do a Coaches Day.

Everyone check your calendars and give me a good date for a National Coaches Day! I will for sure celebrate this every year!

So on Mother’s Day we gave away a free relaxing workout to all of the Mom’s we love. Here is a link to it if you happened to miss out on it.

We want to make sure we are all about equality (actually I just made that up) so here is a workout for Dad’s to do to help unwind at the end of a hard day. This routine id unlike the Mother’s Day routine in that it is more about working on some general total body strength to help you maintain that “Brute Old Man Strength”. Thanks Dad’s for all you do!

3450347417_c35c72ffbf_s1. Kneeling Pushups – 10 to 20 times On you hands and knees, lower your chest and hips to the floor as far as you can, then press back up.

3450342663_31170b1571_s2. Crunches – 20 to 50x – On your back with hands behind the head, tighten your abs as you lift your torso a few inches off the floor and back down. Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor and elbows back throughout the motion

3450349245_4c8d4c1065_s3. Standing Lunges – 10 to 2o each leg – Place one leg in front of the other so you have a pretty wide base. With your hands on your hips, slowly lower your back knee towards the floor, then raise back up.

3451163472_eaab0ff336_s3451163232_ccbc7f9560_s4. Kneeling Roller Coasters – 10 to 20 times – from your hands and knees, roll your torso along the floor until youreach the extended position shown to the right. Then pull your hips back towards your heels and roll through again.

3451165090_317c0521de_s5. Wall Sit – 15 to 60 seconds – Place your back against the wall with your feet out in front of you. Lower your hips down until you are close to 90 degree angles in your hips and knees. Make sure your knees are not out further than your toes.

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