5 Reasons Why It’s OK to Drag Your Kids to CrossFit on Their Summer Vacation

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July 1, 2013 by Kimberly Beauchamp, ND

Feeling like a bad Mommy because you wake your kids early to get your workout in? I was, until I saw that I wasn’t the only one getting something out of it.

Here’s what’s in it for the kids:

  1. They get good ideas.cross fit kids class
  2. They acquire cool clothes.buttercup
  3. Their mom gets strong. Which is also cool.lift day 2
  4. They get to play on big kid equipment. ring monkey
  5. They discover that wearing chalk is more fun than wearing makeup.chalk hands

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