You’ve put some extra pounds.
You can’t remember the last time you exercised regularly (or at all).
Your kid(s) demand 100% of your attention day and night…but so does your job, your yard and your ever-growing honey-do list.
You feel like there is nowhere to turn and that you are failing at being a dad.
Take a deep breath. Hold it. Now exhale and repeat after me:
I can be a superhero to my kids.
Now say it again, this time with conviction:
I CAN be a superhero to my kids!
I believe that every dad can be superhero to their kids.
I believe that there is enough time in the day / week / month / year to give your kids all they deserve. I believe that finding time to exercise is not only possible, but critical to yours and your family’s wellbeing.
Because, remember Dad:
YOU CAN BE A SUPERHERO TO YOUR KIDS!
“You make me smile and continue to fight the challenges daily. God bless you.”
Imagine waking up with more energy each morning to play with your kids, get your runs in, and even do that thing we all have to do (work).
Imagine getting your kids excited about exercising with you and watching them one day out-run you!
Imagine looking yourself in the mirror and saying…I AM A SUPERHERO!
When you become a part of TheRunnerDad family, you’ll learn how to thrive as a “superhero” dad with tips and tricks on fitness, time management, surviving those scary parenting moments…all while being inspired and motivated to help others do the same!
A few weeks after my first son was born, I found myself looking in the mirror and wondering how had I gotten to the point of losing my sense of self. I was exhausted from sleep deprivation and a too-long commute, overweight from “sympathy” eating during my wife’s pregnancy and not exercising, I decided that it was time to make some drastic changes. I wanted my son and future children to have a dad they were proud of…and I wanted to be around long enough to see them become parents themselves. So I laced up, stepped out the door and just continued putting one foot in front of the other, taking on one seemingly insurmountable challenge after another: one short (and sometimes labored) run here, one small life change there, one less extra comfort food everywhere.
I have come along way since that day looking in the mirror. I now have three amazing sons, ages 5, 3, and a newborn. I have lost almost 30 lbs, have run a few thousand miles, and thanks to a new job I have much more time with my family.
Are you ready to become the superhero dad you were born to be?
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Step 2: Start your superhero journey!
Sometimes we just need someone to talk to right away.