Toddler Tries To Keep Up With His Dad's Workout Routine
Working out is the best way to start the day. It gives you energy necessary enough to keep you up and running during the day and it makes you feel productive - after all your body will be grateful no matter how excruciating it may feel. The motivation when doing workouts runs wild if you have somebody to look up to and who will help you do more without feeling lazy after a few exercises. Oftentimes, when we don’t have time to go to the gym and we still feel the urge to contribute to our bodies, we try to be productive at home, however we have all noticed that nothing keeps our concentration better than the scrutinizing look of our trainers. That’s not the case when we work out at home, since we feel more inclined to lazy around than to do some serious exercising.
Children has proven to be a valuable asset at home whenever we don’t feel like doing what is lined up in front of us. Because children are those little human beings that will force the best and the worst in all of us. The toddler in this video, for example, is only one years old and he humorously attempts to mimic his dad's push-ups and stretches. Push-ups can’t get more hilarious than this. Just take a look at this cutie pie - he may not be as professional as his dad, nevertheless he gives his best to imitate the movements and he is doing it party right. He gets that push-ups involve an up and down movement, but instead of lying down on the floor, he kneels down and sways his body here and there.
When it comes to yoga poses this toddler is the best in the category. The downward dog pose which smoothly turns into a cobra, gets a totally different meaning in the hands of this boy. Why bothering putting all of your weight on your hands when you can simply stand up and walk like you have just finished drinking a few pints of beer - your head is heavy and it pulls you down but you still somehow manage to stretch properly and make your way to your dad. Why? Well, when children do something right, they have to be rewarded no matter the effort, so high five is one way to tell your child that he is on the right path of his development.
So, for those of you who have children, don’t forget to incorporate humor in your lives because a sense of humor can brighten family life. You can blow raspberries on a baby's belly, put on a silly hat and chase a three-year-old, or pretend to fall into a pile of leaves to amuse a first-grader. As kids grow into preteens and teens, you can share puns and jokes as their sense of what's funny grows more sophisticated. Laughing together is a way to connect, and a good sense of humor also can make kids smarter, healthier, and better able to cope with challenges. A sense of humor actually is a learned quality that can be developed in kids, not something they're born with.