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3/6/10 1:20 P

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Holding our kids in our arms (especially the "one arm cradle" position) is definitely isometric exercise. I've stood in line at stores before and lifted my daughter in the same ways I lift weights too - that definitely works as well. Every bit helps, and you get to snuggle your little ones too! : )

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3/5/10 7:09 P

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Lol That is a good question! I started using my son in part of my workout routine. I call it " Bouncy Belly" where I sit him on my tummy while laying down and I do bridges while I sing him a dumb song :p It's silly, but he loves it and man can I feel the burn when I'm don!


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3/5/10 11:45 A

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Upon lifting up my son for the 30th time already today, I thought I wonder if these are considered arm curls?

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