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Fit Fathers Day is Back June 21

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Fit Fathers Day is a fitness celebration with family fun for all, featuring an energetic Social Workout, fitness contests, fun games, healthy snacks, gift bags, interactive demonstrations, moon bounce and lots of giveaways!

Fit Fathers and DaddysCool brings the ultimate Father’s Day event to the Washington, DC area for a second year on Sunday, June 21, 2015.  The effort includes a PSA Call to Action video and a Fit Fathers Day Pledge to inspire dads especially June 15-21, which is  National Men’s Health Week.

Fit Fathers Day is sponsored by Mazda, Volkswagen, Children’s National, Wegmans, The Washington Auto Show, DC Capital Striders and City Sports.
The Fit Fathers Day Pledge gives dads specific actions to begin a healthier lifestyle. Dads are encouraged to post workout photos to be highlighted on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Flickr using hashtags #FitFathersDay and #FitFathers. Fit Fathers-to-be can take the pledge at www.FitFathersDay.co

The Fit Fathers Day PSA is an inspiring video of a dad spending time with his kids showing them healthy habits and asking dads to be more proactive and active with their kids.
Washington, DC area dads can join the Fit Fathers Foundation and Green Bay Packers NFL player Adrian Coxson for the Fit Fathers Day Celebration, a free fitness festival providing dads with the necessary tools to lead their families along a positive health journey. The event will include 200+ families interacting socially and physically Fit Father’s Day. RSVP HERE

SUPER PRIZES … you don’t want to miss this event!

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Fit Fathers Workout

Sunday, I had the pleasure of working out with Fit Fathers for the first time. My friend and founder of Fit Fathers, Kimatni Rawlins, had been extending invitations to run every time he setfit fathers.1 up an event. Some of which, I would even give verbal commits to but could never find the time or energy to actually attend. Well that ended this weekend and now I am hooked.

Kimatni the intense excitement about getting fit and helping fathers do so, came on all of the sudden.  It was an addiction as he changed his eating and fitness habits.  His family would follow suit.  Now a vegan, Kimatni is really dedicated to educating dads and getting them and their kids active.

We met up at Bowie High School’s track in Maryland on a beautiful Sunday morning. It worked out perfectly, as I was able to drop my little ladies off at a hairdresser a block away and return to workout with the Fit Father’s crew with my son. My son Arin was not quite decked out in his running attire but was enthused about working out with his dad, so we were both put to the test. There was a group of kids that ran together as the group of adults alternated around the track. While the kids ran, adults watched and rested and vice versa; cheering respected parents and kids on all the while.

The workout? One mile warmup, dynamic stretches, plyometrics, 50, 100, 200 & 400 meter repeats & a cool down. I had just enough energy to take the group shot below. If I was asked to do anything else I would have passed out! But it was a great workout and I was energized for the rest of my day.

My son wanted to get Dunkin Donuts afterwards and we even stopped in but while in line that Fit Fathers’ voice in my head got the best of me and we opted for fruit smoothies elsewhere.

For more information follow them on all the social medias visit www.fitfathers.com.  Daddyscool will definitely be doing some collaborations with this organization in the coming months. Stay tuned and stay fit.  #DADsRule

 

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