Baby High Chair Lunges
Here’s a high octane micro-workout that your baby will enjoy because of all your movement. It’s the millennial version of the airplane and choo-choo-train feeding game we all grew up with. It’s fun, it’s fast and what’s not to love about a little multi-tasking? The lunges in this exercise will help develop your quadriceps and sculpt your buttocks. By lowering to one knee at a time, you’ll develop better balance and coordination. After all, you have to keep his food on the spoon in between lunges. If your baby responds the way ours did, you’re in for a treat. When we tested the Baby High Chair Lunges with our littlest HipFit crew members, we all agreed on the outcome- FUN.
Take a couple small steps back from the high chair. Stand tall and look straight ahead at your baby. Take a long step forward with your right leg and position both knees with a 90 degree bend. Focus on your front knee, keeping it over your ankle while your back knee heads to the floor, heel lifted. Switch focus to your back leg, push off and step your feet together. Simply alternate to the other leg and repeat.