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    Do your kids work out/lift wiht you

    I have three boys, all young, one in high school, one in junior high and one in elementary.

    Do they work out with you?

    Before I fucked my knee off, my oldest was in there with me every work out, he has taken an elective in school for weight lifting and does pretty good at it. He only weighs a buck 20, but he's pulling 275 off the floor, and overall a pretty strong kid for only being 15. My middle kid, is an absolutely ox, he doesn't lift weights at all just plays football, he only 13 and weighs 150 but he is solid. The baby, he could care less at this point.

    Do your kids work out, do you encourage it? I find now with my oldest, because i have been laid up for so long recovering from knee crap, we can go in the gym together and shove some weight around, he opens up a lot about school, hookers, and just teenager shit they typically don't talk about.

    Thoughts?

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    My boys say they want to work out 23-20 but I said you gotta pay for the membership not me because if you pay you’ll go . If I pay they wouldn’t.



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    My 2yo daughter carries the 10lb db's around lol

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    My 9 year old and I work out in the garage.

    The routine I do with him looks like this

    3-4 days a week

    1. Warm up - Jump Rope 5 minutes
    2. Squats - Body weight - 3 x 2 minutes
    3. Lunges - 3 x 2 minutes
    4. Jump Squats - 3 x 2 minutes
    5. High knees in place - 3 x 2 minutes
    6. Mountain Climbers - 3 x 2 minutes
    7. Pushups - 3 x 2 minutes
    8. Planks - 3 x 1 minute
    9. Jump Rope 4 minutes

    Kicks his ass pretty good, next year we'll start to incorporate weight training

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrenolin View Post
    My 2yo daughter carries the 10lb db's around lol
    Guess she will become a fitness model someday brother!
    Persistence is strength

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    I occasionally take my kids when they aren’t busy with sports and homework is done..would definitely like to take my oldest more though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    Guess she will become a fitness model someday brother!
    Maybe lol I noticed she's been developing some serious calf muscles the other day...we go for walks almost every day, she loves to run (I gotta stop her sometimes cause she gets her little heart thumpin too hard) she's just a big ball of energy that kicks my ass on the daily. Her little sister I have a feeling is going to be her twin pretty soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrenolin View Post
    Maybe lol I noticed she's been developing some serious calf muscles the other day...we go for walks almost every day, she loves to run (I gotta stop her sometimes cause she gets her little heart thumpin too hard) she's just a big ball of energy that kicks my ass on the daily. Her little sister I have a feeling is going to be her twin pretty soon.
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    cute !! Man nice to see glimpses into people’s lives..miss my kids being young

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    My son and I have worked out together since he was 14, he turns 18 this November. All I can say is training with my son and watching him proress has definetly been awesome. He weighed 260lbs when he started and by his junior year he was wrestling in the 152lb class. If your kid wants to lift with ya don't miss that boat. Trust me its more rewarding than any progress you can make in the gym.

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