Learn the latest on men’s health topics and tips for Dads between the ages of 35 and up. Fitness for Dads articles focus on Men’s Health, Diet and Exercise programs that will help keep Dads in the best shape of their lives. This week you will learn about the perfect workout plan for Single Dads. Read more…
Fitness For Dads: The
Perfect Workout Plan
Learn the latest on men’s health topics and tips for Dads
between the ages of 35 and up. Fitness for Dads articles focus on Men’s Health,
Diet and Exercise programs that will help keep Dads in the best shape of their lives.
This week you will learn about the perfect workout plan for Single Dads.
Fitness for Dads: The
Perfect Workout Plan
Hello my name is Kyle, and I’m from Miami, FL. I’m contacting you
in regards to getting fit. Its been months since I’ve dieted and worked out.
I’ve been super busy with work and spending time with my kids that I forget to
take care of my looks. Now as I step on the scale I am mortified when I see a
huge number pop up! So I come to you SingleDad asking for advice on how to
become fit and still spend time with my kids.
Kyle From Miami
Dear Kyle From Miami,
Learning to balance spending time with family, Work, and a healthy
diet may be hard. First you need to make some time in your day for working out
and eating a healthy diet. Eating is a very important part of a diet. Try to
eat 5 small meals a day. Try not to eat so much during each meal. Second thing
you need to have is a workout plan
Working out isn’t as easy as it looks. It takes time and dedication.
I’m going to share with you a workout plan I personally love doing and have
been seeing lots of results. Before this workout you need to prepare yourself mentally and
physically. Eat a good meal a couple hours before planning on doing this
routine. I call this workout "The Perfect Workout Plan".
Pyramid push-ups are very similar to Burpies, but not exactly. You
start out by doing a one legged push up. Start in the pushup position; elevate
one leg instead of keeping both legs on the floor. Switch up the sides every
once in awhile. This might be hard to start off, so if you cannot compete this
then you should only do 1 set of 10 one-legged push up. The second step in
competing this workout is the dive bomb. Make sure you are taking breaks when
needed. Start with your hips up; then pull your body forward, lower your hips,
and straighten your arms.
- One legged pushups (2 sets of 10 each leg)
- Dive Bomb (2 sets of 10)
- Mountain Climbers (2 sets of 15)
- Clapping pushup (2 sets of 3)
are mountain climbers, start in a push up position, but instead of keeping both
legs on the floor you are going to bring one knee to your chest as fast as you
can then switch. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water between each set.
Next we have the clapping push up. These are harder so its okay if you can’t do
them to start off. First you do the push up then right after you clap. Then you
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Richard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com,
a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children.
RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents
“Make Life Happen…Again!”