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81. Leaving a Legacy: Teaching your kids good exercise habits to last a lifetime

by megan dahlman
December 8, 2020

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Teaching your kids good exercise habits to last a lifetime

What was exercise like for you as a kid? Was it modeled well in your home? Did you play sports and learn about your body in a healthy way? Or did you have to relearn and figure out healthy exercise habits when you became an adult? Regardless of your own experience growing up, I want to help you pave the way for your own kids so they can have a healthy relationship with exercise for the rest of their life.

Today, on part one of a new series all about leaving a healthy legacy for our kids, Scott and I talk about what’s most important with kids and exercise. We’re digging into:

  • Teaching them how to have the right attitude about exercise
  • How you can model good behavior
  • Age appropriate exercise
  • Whether or not you should teach your kids about body types

If you’re longing to have a healthy, fitness-focused home environment, this is the episode for you!!

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