I have a 3 year old that tries to to my Biggest Loser workout dvds with me but she ends up being right up on top of me and in my way.. but it is cute seeing her try! LOL She likes to jump on her little trampoline when I'm on my elliptical. She can walk 2 miles already but she goes at a pace that's slow for me honestly. I'm trying to come up with something that I can do that will keep her active, but that will get my heartrate up and going so I actually feel like I'm getting a workout. 2 miles in an hour feels really boring to me even though it's great for her. Any suggestions on what I can do besides joining a gym and sticking her in their daycare while I go workout in the gym?
Starting Weight 242 Current Goal 200
current weight: 248.0
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