Halloween is here and so is all that yummy bite-sized candy! But what does it take to burn off all those extra calories? McKenna Smet, trainer at Sport&Health, will walk you through some exercises that will help you negate the Halloween candy binge.
We can all agree that walking around your neighborhood on Halloween night “trick-or treating” for candy with your kids/friends is a great way to get some cardio in. But if you want to get more creative for the Halloween season, this Halloween pumpkin workout is a great total body circuit for you and your friends to try. Invite people over and tell them all they need to bring is their own pumpkin.
Complete 20 reps for each exercise and try to do at least three rounds of this workout.
Two similar trends that have grown exponentially over time is children's access, addiction, and reliability to staying indoors with technology, and their resistance, opposition, and dislike towards going outside for physical activity. Most young kids nowadays are not being challenged physically to maintain their health; most choose to play video games, or choose to watch television, etc. as opposed to going and playing outdoors.