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Here are 10 quick exercises you can do at the playground (or anywhere, really!): Tip: Do each exercise for 30 to 60 seconds, time permitting, to create an entire circuit workout, and repeat the circuit as often as you’d like. 1. Play Tag: Kids love to be chased. 2. Squats: Stand tall with your feet hip-width apart and your arms out in front. Start to lower. If you or your child is sick, or you simply had a rough day at the office, it’s all right to miss one day of exercise.

Your goal is to have the time and energy to exercise on a regular basis. Don’t fault yourself if you have to skip a day as long as you stay dedicated to your goal(s). Remember it’s all about taking care of yourself. Sometimes you just need to get stuff done and just because you have busy kids, that shouldn’t stop you.

Keeping them quietly busy and engaged is the secret to the perfect balance when you have important work that needs to be done. You shouldn’t have to wait until your kids are napping or in bed to make the most of your time. 10 Health & Fitness Tips for Busy Moms Busy Mom Tip #1: Kitchen over Gym Focus more on proper nutrition than the time you spend in the gym.

90% of the tight and toned body you want is made in the kitchen. You don’t gain weight from being inactive as much as you do from poor food choices. Top 5 Mom Friend Problems—And How to Fix Them which you can do with your kids, and you’ll be able to fit in more than you think.” You can also buy a ready-made set of exercise. Here are seven mom de-stressors you can do right now.

Find just one strategy that fits your needs. The best news is that you can try these tricks with your kids, which means everyone benefits by. Take push-ups, for example. Whether you do full push-ups or modified ones on your knees, your entire body is engaged.

To get your toddler in on the action, make it into a game. Have your toddler lie right underneath you, and for every push-up you do, he gets a kiss. You can also enlist your toddler for modified sit-ups. But exercises need not always be complex, and simple exercises can also provide the child with substantial benefits. In this post, we have compiled some fun-filled, easy-to-do exercises that could motivate your child to get out of that couch and exercise each day.

15 Fun Exercises For Kids To Do At Home. When your schedule is almost too hectic to deal with, a 10 minute workout can be a real lifesaver—and, honestly, a sanity-saver as well. Making time for exercise might feel like a hassle in the. Walk or jog in place, do yoga or lift weights, or walk on the treadmill at the gym while you watch your must-see TV shows. Ditch the car.

Spare yourself the parking stress and log some more active time by parking farther away (or even leaving the car at home) and walking or biking to your destination. Take the stairs.

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Tons of “fit moms” on Instagram and YouTube are sharing playground workouts, simple exercises you can do with your kids.

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Routine walks create physical time for parents and kids and are also good one-on-one time.

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Mommy and Me programs include water tots, tumbling, gym, and yoga.

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There are many exercises throughout the book, and it’s important that you find a handful of exercises that you and your child really enjoy and that don’t feel like chores.

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I Have the caregivers list and regularly take part in physical activities they enjoy, such as walking or swimming.

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Keep the exercises simple, gradually increase the training volume and carefully monitor how well the child is tolerating the exercises.

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You can also use these exercise with your friends or even your kids.

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In addition, an exercise programme, particularly one that offers child care or combines mother exercise with baby exercise, is a good place to meet other women with similar interests.

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Suggest exercise that is fun: either team sports, such as volleyball and soccer, or individual exercise the child can do alone, such as swimming, jumping rope, or

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• Indoor exercise equipment (treadmill, exercise bike, trampoline, mounted mini-basketball hoop) are also helpful to have in your home, especially if they are limited in their outdoor play time.

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  • I can’t be the only one who wants to know more about Panera every day. There has to be more to this. Why just Panera? How long have you done this? I have so many questions about this. Loved the video. ��

  • Hey Becky!
    I am not a parent, but I work with children, under 5’s. I work with vulnerable families, working families, all types of families every day. The world needs more mums like you! ��

  • Grocery pickup was life changing. I don’t mind shopping…for clothes…for shoes….for home decorations. But grocery shopping is so ughhhhhhh.

  • Thanks Jen! Our baby is a senior. Today is her last Monday in HS. With this year winding down and so many activities each thing tends to feel SO all-encompassing. I journaled today about not wanting to ‘miss it’ while I’m ‘in it’. Trying not to regret the inevitable missed opportunities we CAN’T do it all. You said some of the things I needed to hear today, Thank you and God Bless you and yours!

  • Great tips Jen! I also have a master list but I plan by weeks instead of days. I find it that I’m better that way at dividing my tasks more evenly throughout the weeks and allows me to batch similar tasks together. And yes to Routines!!! I have been watching your channel for a long time and this is definitely one of the biggest lessons you have thought me��

  • Hey Becky!!! I just found your channel by your cleaning routines and your kids Easter basket and Christmas videos:) I subscribed because I just fell in love, you are such an inspiration!!!! I started a YouTube channel as well and it’s growing pretty quickly! I realized that the time your take for your videos to plan and the passion is what grabs people’s attention! Just wanted to say we are expecting our first baby in May:) maybe you could do a series of videos, on first time moms:)

  • Hi Jen!
    I love hearing about routines from you, I feel like you are the queen of routine! But I’m definitely NOT a routine person, I’m stuck in a rut of not knowing where to begin to create a realistic routine for a working momma of a toddler. Any tips you can give or a video you could make really breaking down how to START a routine?

  • Thank you for sharing these tips! Being a homeschool mom really makes me feel like a slave to my schedule a lot of the time. Really love these shorter videos because I can watch them as soon as I get notified����

  • Awesome video! We created something similar. Watch “Tips on Working From Home During Quarantine” here:

  • Wouldn’t it be nice to get more done and not always trying to play catch-up? Today I am sharing my best tips for getting as much done as possible. Just remember though, nobody can get it ALL done so give yourself grace each and every day! Let me know what your best tips are for saving time and getting more done!

  • I could never plan chore time for when i needed to do something. I have to tell my kids the same chores to do every single day, even tho they have a list in their room, and I have to check each one they finish because they will lie and say they did it when they didn’t. They also usually do it wrong the first time or 2, and I have to tell them how to fix it every….. single…… day. My kids’ chore time is exhausting for me. I’ve tried every kind of reward, punishment, organization plan imaginable, but it always ends the same. They are just really lazy. I stick with it tho and make them do it themselves because I have 4 children (2 are toddlers) and one on the way so I cannot possible do everything myself. Plus I don’t WANT them to grow up spoiled and entitled, although that seems to be whats happening anyways

  • I have been watching you since the beginning and even though I could be your Mother:), I have learned things from your routines and I love your recipes. We are retired, so I make an inventory list of what is in my cupboards/freezer, and from that list I make menus for two weeks. Nothing is wasted this way. From the menus, I then make my grocery list, and I use coupons if I have them. This has saved us a lot of money! I love to zone clean like Flylady taught me years ago, but I like the way you do one chore per day. I do that too! TFS

  • I love this. Even as a wife without kids, there is a lot of good stuff. As a homemaker who also works full time, there is lots I can adopt into my own routine. Thanks Becky!

  • Hi there Becky
    Thanks for taking the time to chat!! Wow… you do a lot. Respect. SAHM, homeschool mum and ALL the rest. Its not easy. You really nailed it with point 1. Get out of bed before the kids! I try but sometimes fail in this, but it feels really great when it works! Its really on and off. Some of the other points are not so new but it really, really helps to hear someone else say them again. Thank you for this. Reinforcement. I think its great your kids will work independently whilst you exercise. Only one of my three kids will do this ����. Kids only have half day schooling here in Germany. My 3 all come back for lunch at varying times between 1230 and 2pm ish. So for the sake of my sanity and practicality I do sometimes take them out for lunch. I guess it wld be cheaper to eat at home, but I value my inner calm more! �� And it gives the kids a change of scenery and break before I come down on them to do homework. My main challenge is keeping up and energy levels. Do you have any tips on how to keep it going on the days when you have no energy or enthusiasm left? I tend to leave buffer zones, for breaks, within and between my days/chores incase smthg on the To Do list doesn’t get done. But its a hard, hard slog ometimes. What do you do Becky?

  • Great tips! And the reminders were good!:). Oh yes…..saying no… biggest problem! And then my house and errands and routines suffer cause I can’t catch up. Each school year I remind myself not to commit myself to too much. Hasn’t worked yet. Ugh. Ha!

  • My 6 year old Is one year old not so much lol. Schools closed and daycare so they are both home and I do social work phone assessments.. it’s AWFUL

  • Great video!! I agree completely and do all of these things myself haha! I feel like I would have made this exact video! So true and so helpful! ����❤️

  • Omg yes on parchment paper for easy clean up. Grocery pickup is great as well plus you don’t add things to the cart unnecessarily like when you are in the store. I also like to use the crockpot liners. Saves so much on clean time.

  • Wanted to start working my mom body but had zero motivation and didn’t know where to start. Came across this video and it made it so much easier and fun!❤ Will definetly add this to my daily routine

  • Such great tips Jen! It’s nice to be reminded of these things once in a while…we all tend to forget how to simplify our life. You’re looking just as beautiful as always ❤️ Congratulations to Josh on his graduation ����‍���� Have a wonderful party! Janel in NJ

  • I have a really bad habit of multi-tasking all the time. It’s one I’m trying to break but my brain just goes like the energizer bunny. I need to learn how to just relax. I love your tips about scheduling and fitting things in when you can. One thing I do is meal plan. My meal plan and my crockpot are life savers! I get up before every one else but that’s only because I have to leave for work by 7am and it is painful! I am not a morning person at all. My husband usually tries to let me sleep in on the weekends but when he has to work, that doesn’t happen. One of my kids is an early riser and by early I mean he’s usually up by 7:30 or 8am. Lol The younger one will sleep until 9:30 or 10am. He takes after his mommy. Haha!

  • Perfect timing! What a great and motivational video in the start of the week.
    All the tips and ideas are so helpful! Thank you for uploading this video!
    Meal prep has surely been a game changer for me.
    Thanks for sharing this awesome video ����❤️❤️

  • Great advice… my three year old has been incredibly active recently, trying to get into absolutely everything in the kitchen, or bathroom, or anything dangerous.

    The waking up earlier tip is great.

    Answering emails tip is awesome too

    Making a schedule, I definitely need to do that.

    Mine doesn’t nap, and I am a single mommy so we will have to see how this works out.

    Thanks this video is great!!!

  • I’m a teacher, grad student, mom, wife and I fractured my tailbone 5 weeks ago the day after this all started in California. I was stressed TF out lmao I think I’m finally getting the hang of things. Thanks for the tips!

  • Great video! I just went from stay at home mommy for many years to a fulltime job. It’s a struggle for sure, sometimes I start at 5am and sometimes not until 11am. Trying to find some balance through it all.

  • Thank you for the tips. I’m certain these will help my family right now. Same situation here daycare is closed and I’m working from home with my very active 3 year old son. My wife works in the hospital so it’s just he and I during “normal business hours”. So far my coworkers have been understanding but I do feel guilty about the days where I only get a couple hours of work done. In the office I was always leading the group and driving the schedules. Now I’m lagging behind and asking others to pick up the slack. It’s tough not to take it personally and let frustration take over. I really like my job. I love my son. I’m very fortunate to still be working right now and that we are all healthy here.
    I commend you for being able to effectively do what you do and for sharing. Thanks for the tips and stay safe!

  • Just sending a little thank you your way for this workout! I was prego when you published this, but kept it tuck away til after I was through postpartum. I’ve been doing it for about 2 months now, and I feel amazing! My hubby loves how toned I feel. I love that it only takes 20 min for a full workout! I have my three 3-and-under littles with (running around) me, and it’s doable enough to sneak into our already full morning routine. One thing I noted was that after beginning other workout programs, the top of my thighs are often brutally sore (can’t go down stairs), but this was the first time that the back of my thighs felt like they got a workout (hello, operation booty section). My thighs definitely need some attention there, so am happy with that.:-P And you said to let you know, so YES, I’d love even more workouts from you guys!

  • I loved all these tips and I would say one that has really helped me is the intentional wardrobe versus capsule. I have found that I get overwhelmed if try to abide by restrictions in an effort to simplify so I lock up and cannot move forward if I have to decide what to keep, what to get rid of, having a certain number…but what I do now versus prior to this knowledge is if I see something on sale that I like, I ask if it is something I would wear regularly or do I need it, do I have plenty of that item already….I used to buy something if I liked it and it was on sale but it would hang in my closet because I mainly wear comfy clothes and not this particular thing….and routines help me also because the less brain power I have to use each day, the better…oh and the biggest best change for me personally has been the ordering online and meal planning you are forced to plan your meals when you place an order online and it helps with meal planning because before if I would plan a meal, go to the grocery and that meat/item might not be available or on sale, at store you cannot think of a replacement meal easily but if I see it is not available online, I can easily switch the meal at home:) Great tips, friend!! I just realized I never sent you wedding pics and actually plan on doing that this week:o)

  • Great tips and so good to see so many mum’s on the same page. Don’t try to do too much and don’t beat yourself up when it all gets a little too much.

  • For a video idea I’d love to see your homeschool planner/ how you plan out the lessons! I really liked the tips in this video they were helpful!

  • I feel so annoyed that my significant other is always working 10 hrs straight with only taking a bathroom break working from home. I have to do everything regarding the kids while I work from home too. WTF! He says it’s because I’m hourly & he is salaried & that’s why he needs to work like that. Pissed me off!

  • I work a 7:30am-4:00pm Corporate job at home and homeschool my 7 year old. My work hours are not flexible but my boss is aware and is supportive. I have a printed out schedule for my son in a clear pocket folder hanging on the fridge with specific time frames assigned.It’s his responsibility to check the tasks off as he completes them.At the end of the day he gets freetime until I get off work.He does independent school work during my business hours sitting right next to me.After work and weekends we do group schoolwork, projects and field trips. He also receives special weekend treats if he completes his entire weekly schedule without me having to tell him. I realize this may difficult for mothers with younger children but those with older children it’s something to look into trying.It has worked wonders for us.

  • Great tips! Don’t know if you can answer, but I do value your inputdo you have an instapot? Not sure to get one, don’t like lots of clutter/gadgets, use my bread machines me and crockpot. Thanks!

  • Thanks for all of the good tips. I’m definitely going to put the basket into the closet for those clothes that my son outgrows, such a good idea!

  • It really helps! Having a kid while working is not that easy especially that I am just a newbie in a freelancing career and I am still adjusting. By the way please see this one

  • Thank you for this! I suddenly find myself working from home with my kiddo with COVID-19, so I’m looking into how exactly that’s going to look for us!

  • Can you give tips for working mums please, sometimes I feel overwhelmed with working all day and then only having the weekend to try to get everything done

  • I find this really helpful because I’m not a mom but I’m a gymnast and this helps me for days when I don’t have practice, I can still stay in shape.

  • Time management is difficult, but it is key to getting things done for sure. I got a job in October and worked 3 days a week (20 hours). My husband just got a really good promotion so I rearranged my schedule so I am working 16 hours two days a week. It is really tough to balance out homeschool life and kids appointments (no extracurricular activities though, thank goodness!) I love to sew and I have always made my daughter a hand smocked dress for each Easter and Christmas. 75% of the smocking for her Christmas dress this last year was done at kids appointments and my work breaks. I had too much to do when I was home to work on it. That little bit of time here and there really adds up. You can get a lot accomplished!

  • Yes that saying no tip is vital… something I needed to tell my young mom self back then. I love all your videos, Jen. You’re such a light ❤❤❤

  • Hi Jen, I need tips on,how to be movtivated to clean in an older home….Floors,old bathroom…all over 30 years old.No storage,no pantry,no laundry room.!!???????????

  • Hello Again, just read my comment. Hahaha… sounded like I didn’t listen to the video at all! ���� Sorry, I really did. My question was how do you keep up energy levels and not how to do more in aday. You covered that well. One of the things i find useful is to arrange a playdate for one of the kid/s to give you time to work on smthg else. I also get hubby to cook once a week. He can only cook one dish, so the kids then also appreciate my cooking more! Haha! Additionally and rather non-shamefully if I dont manage to do a chore in the morning, which requires me to go out, I just do it in the afternoon and take the kids with me. This often entails having to blackmail them with a treat or smthg but when there’s no other way, or babysitter..!? But most of the time I can get it done in the morning. I feel like I’m teaching granny to suck eggs here ����. Have a nice day Becky. Look forward to your video next week!

  • In 2018. I started doing this workout. A lot of the other ones were way too intimidating. But you really helped me a lot. I used to have poor circulation in my legs from being at a desk job. And I watch your upper body workout now everyday. Cuz I’ve lost enough weight that I feel like I only do a minimal amount of cardio. You have literally helps moms out there Simone. Thank you.

  • I just loved all of these tips. The whole time I watched this video, I was nodding my head in total agreement. Everything you said is on point!!

  • Thank you Jen. You are so right about the routines and just doing it. I am a new work in progress, but I’m seeing the benefits of the routines I keep. Watching you has inspired me to set up routines. When I first found your channel I thought, “yes, it’s easy to clean a clean house” then I really took the time to watch and listen and realized that it’s because of the routines you have in place that you GET TO clean an clean house!!! GOALS SET!!! I am determined to clean a clean house, thank you!!! ��

  • I agree, i have to do a “brain dump” of to dos, and i feel a whole lot better, i then do what i can for that day..i have 3 little boys under 10 and home school them myself as one of them is autistic, it just works for our fam, but i am ALWAYS busy…dumping out my ideas or to dos really really helps..thanks for the ideas! Have a great day,god bless❤

  • Hi Jen, thank you for this video.
    What helps me is: not having the feeling that it’s a must, when I can, I do, when I can’t, I don’t do it ��. Thank God I love cleaning and organizing. So I try to not miss my evening routine. I start from the front door to my kitchen. Put everything back, then clean my kitchen.
    I do laundry almost everyday, when I come back from work. And while my son is getting ready for bed ( he is 5 and do everything himself), I stay around and fold my laundry. This helps a lot.
    And of course everybody have to help.

  • Love your tips I find it so overwhelming grocery shopping for a whole week I waste so much time going to the supermarket every couple of days. I’m going to try this week to meal plan and go just once. I pray I can do it

  • This was a while back, but I wanted to let you know I did it! My daughter is almost a year old, and she woke up from a nap when I did this. So I had added mental exercise with it. lol!! Thanks for the workout! #betterthanabagofpotatochips

  • Omg this helped me to assure myself that I’m on the right track! Thank you so much for this very positive tips I love it so much. I am currently working at home with my 18months old daughter doing passive income like online selling and hoping for here in YouTube too. It wouldn’t be easy but worth trying. I really wish you success and more videos in the future! ��

  • Injured my rotary cuff after rotating my arms in the big circles that the group did at the beginning of this workout. Please think before you just do whatever is being done in a given workout… learned a lesson. I have two children, a three year old and a nine month old. I have been unable to work in the home and care for my children or myself without pain ranging from 1 to 6 in my shoulder, neck and upper arm. I know I need to baby it, and where the sling, I have done so two days unconsecutavcely but as moms, I’m sure you know that the sling has to come off every now and then. It has been three weeks, I heal a bit and then regress. It could take up to 8 weeks for an injury like this to heal and many people don’t heal and end up having surgery.

  • Yes, would love to see a variety of full body mom workouts to keep it new always! This is great and easy to fit in the full time working mom’s schedule. Can do this anywhere I.e while my children are at their sports practices

  • Im gona have to incorporate this inti my workouts. Hey moms id appreciate some mommy friends too�� new channel and doing my best. Some support would be so appreciated. In the meantime im gjust gona bing watch all these videos cause this channel has become my favorite.

  • As a mama to an 8month old who has felt overwhelmed since her birth, this was helpful. Thank you for the tips! Going to definitely implement some of these!

  • Thank you so much for making this video! I have been super stressed out recently as I work as a paralegal and manage over 1000s of cases. I literally just graduated from college May 2019 and I’m a single mom of a VERY active 2 year old. I am always feel upset because I’m not usually being as productive as I normally am at the office since my 2 year old always wants attention. But i also feel upset because my 2 year old is having to be stuck at home when he is usually used to going places everyday. Sadly, my job will only allow us to work 7:30am to 4:30pm or 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and they LOVE to micromanage EVERYONE; even if you are a great employee. I honestly do not know how to cope with everything and I wish I could honestly quit or have some type of help…

  • I’ve been working away from the home with an hour commute both ways….but finally back home to work and back to my routines now that I have 10 extra hours a week not dealing with the commute.  It’s going to take me a while to “catch up” on all the areas of my house that need some extra attention….but creating my own routines and adding zone cleaning.  Thank you for your channel.

  • Used to be a dancer then I had got pregnant and had my baby and this was literally so much funnnnnn, made me miss my dance �� Adding it to my routine and I subbed xoxo

  • Your channel is just growing and growing! �� it’s soooo hard to get up early-I can’t drink a lot of caffeine so it’s like, I actually need the sleep & rest. I usually get up before them anyways and like the quiet. yes!! The late afternoon is my time also-!! Thanks for the tips♥️

  • Thank you so much for creating this video! Some of these tips are things we know to do, but need to have the discipline to continue it daily. This video was helpful, encouraging, and reassuring.

  • Stuck working from home…with kids?! Don’t worry! I promise if you do the tips in this video you’ll not only be productive, but keep yourself from going insane! �� Share your favorite tip below!

  • I love making meals in bulk to use another time. I too hate to cook and it is so great to have extra meals waiting in the freezer for those busy nights.

  • this was hard (9 yrs into motherhood of 2 and lost any shape i was once in….trying to start all over), but doable & short enough to make fit into any schedule. thanks -please more!