Jumping with Jack and Jill

SavvyMom April 8, 2016
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Why is it that getting our butts to bootcamp (especially for that inaugural workout) is so tough?
Maybe because unlike joining a gym, this latest fitness craze usually does not include drop-in daycare. Another excuse, perhaps, but a lack of reliable childcare often negates any ‘me’ time including the recommended 30 minutes of daily heart-elevating exercise.

Fortunately, Erin Penaluna is one of us. She combines her love to move with her love of parenting at Fitness with Kids. With 15 years of personal training and fitness instruction under her belt, as well as numerous certifications, Penaluna is more than qualified to take you through an ever-changing circuit of drills using weights, bands and even playground equipment (read: chin lifts on the monkey bars).

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