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As a busy dad, you’ll likely have a few requirements for any diet you’re considering. First and foremost, it shouldn’t be a huge hassle to stick to it. You need something simple and straightforward that works. If the diet is too hard to stick to, you’re more likely to go off plan and not get the results you want.
As a mom, you are probably used to putting everyone's needs before your own. You might even get around to looking after your health, only to find yourself without enough energy to take the initiative when it comes to exercise.
"Dad bods" have been all over the news lately. Men who were active in their 20's and had a lean and muscular physique get married and comfortable, maybe have some children, and their bodies change.
The New York Times claimed dads were 10 pounds heavier than non-dads on average. That they had an extra 2 inches on their waist than non-dads and that they had an extra half-inch "sticking out" around their belly. But as a new dad, you're unlikely to have a lot of time to get to the gym.
Many women who use exercise to manage stress, alleviate anxiety, or feel good - are eager to get back to exercise after giving birth. It's standard procedure to have a postnatal check around 6-8 weeks after delivery.
Inspiration from other people's fitness, or "fitspo", has been around for a long time on social media. But what was once kale smoothies and rippling abs has developed into respect for your body and actively putting time and effort into self-care.
Fitness classes for moms are a fantastic way to stay fit during pregnancy and after giving birth. They can also be an incredible way to include your little ones in your workouts and set an example for them when they're old enough to realize what's happening.
Finding the perfect gift for your loved ones can be difficult, especially if they have interests or hobbies different from yours. Navigating the highly specialized world of some hobbies can feel completely baffling. The good news is that if your dad is into keeping fit, we have some brilliant suggestions.