Fit For Fatherhood
With Father’s Day just around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about my own family and my role as a father to my two boys.
From the day my eldest was born, I’ve added another title to add to my job description - Dad. It’s an amazing roller coaster of learning, joy, sleeplessness, pride and love. I was lucky enough to have a great teacher and example set for me by my father which made my transition into fatherhood much easier and helped me realise what example I want to set for my boys.
Fatherhood can be described in many ways but the principles seem to be the same:
Be actively involved:
Being emotionally engaged:
Be physically available; and
Be a good role model
From what I have seen in the last 12 years of working in the fitness industry, being emotionally engaged and being a good role model is aided by the confidence that physical fitness and movement provides.
Through our classes at APC, we have created a program that will focus on the longevity of our clients health, fitness and movement. We have a goal to help our clients become versatile and resilient individuals, allowing them to perform at their physical peak well into their 70s and 80s.
One of my personal goals is to make sure that my boys never leave me in their wake whether we are out hiking, surfing, running or any of the physical things they might enjoy. If you are a dad and want to know more on how to get fit for fatherhood, head on over to our website and contact us to find out more about how we can help you achieve your goals.
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