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9/8/13 6:10 P

My son started participating in kiddie trots starting from when he was 18 months old.

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9/8/13 11:30 A

Absolutely! It doesn't take much, just some creativity.

Here's a video you'll like:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKbMhXtBCaM (Although her form is TERRIBLE. Don't do the exercises exactly like she does.)

Just invite her to help out! Or copy what you do. Use her as resistance (who needs resistance bands when you've got a growing toddler!) or whatever!

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9/8/13 10:30 A

I have a one year old amd she loves to be involved with my workouts is there a way I can involve her?

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