The YMCA and local parks and recreation centers typically offer low-cost sports lessons and leagues that can motivate the whole family to get out and move. Find out about the benefits of team sports for grownups.
The weather is beautiful, so get out and get moving! Bring a healthy dinner to eat after you are done. Check out these outdoor family activities for ideas.
Working out together promotes family bonding. Plus, you're less apt to miss a workout if your kids are anxious to hit the gym, too.
Instead of letting Fido run around the backyard alone, get out there and move with him. An evening or morning family walk is great for your body and gives your family a special time to share.
Buy pedometers for everyone in your family and have a weeklong contest to see who can get in the most steps. Have a goal of at least 10,000 steps per day. There's nothing like friendly competition to get your family living a more active lifestyle!
Ride your bike to your family's favorite restaurant. You won't feel guilty ordering dessert if you know you'll be burning it off on the way home.
Include activities you loved as a kid, such as tug-of-war, an obstacle course, the long jump and the two-legged race.
Dedicate some time to a non-profit group close to your heart, such as Habitat for Humanity. Visit spritegreentabs.com to learn how the group is refreshing neighborhoods in April and May -- and how you can get involved.
Flip on your iPod and have a dance contest. Don't be surprised if the dance party rocks the house all night long.
Register for a 5K or mini marathon in your community. Planning and training together will help your family reach the finish line.
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