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Thirty Something Dad

byrd165byrd165 Posts: 6Member Member Posts: 6Member Member
Two kids in 5 & 2 now it’s time to get back to clean eating and the gym. Anyone interested in working together to share meal plans, workouts, etc let’s do it


  • LighterBitesLighterBites Posts: 52Member Member Posts: 52Member Member
    Request sent.
  • Theoldguy1Theoldguy1 Posts: 578Member Member Posts: 578Member Member
    I was a 30 something dad 30 years ago. My tip for the is to do it before work. I was at my gym when it opened at 5AM, lifted, showered and was at work 45 miles away by 7:15.

    In most cases people aren't competing for your attention at 5AM.

    Good luck.
  • Emmapatterson1729Emmapatterson1729 Posts: 1,308Member Member Posts: 1,308Member Member
    Request sent
  • gemiller87gemiller87 Posts: 93Member, Premium Member Posts: 93Member, Premium Member
    Sent a request, In my 30's with a 6 (turning 7 next week) and 3 year old daughters
  • rockbam123rockbam123 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    I was also thirty something thirty years ago when I had two young ones. They are both grown and on their own. But I also have a 14 year old son and I need to keep that thirty something mind and body to keep up.
  • SilentpadnaSilentpadna Posts: 1,291Member Member Posts: 1,291Member Member
    I was 50-something a couple of years ago with 3 teenagers when I started. Control diet first (doesn't have to be "clean" - whatever that means; just eat enough protein, support your body's energy and eat in a reasonable deficit if you want to lose fat). Lift. Move.

    Do fitness when time allows, whether it's morning, afternoon, evening, whatever. You're always going to have to purpose to do it, but you don't have to kill yourself with it either.
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