Kids are usually not recommended to go to the gym because the level of physical effort required there is too demanding for their growing bodies. However, there are still ways that allow parents and kids to exercise together.
Walking is way underrated as an exercise. It isn’t intense and has a low impact on joints, but it improves your overall health in all sorts of ways and serves as a stress relief. Of course, in order to make it efficient, your kid will have to walk frequently together for at least half an hour in a single session.
If you have an older kid, then jogging can be a great form of exercise for both of you. It improves the health of your heart, builds muscles, and reduces body fat. On top of that, you can always develop a friendly “competition” to make things more interesting.
Yoga isn’t an activity that you would usually think to do with your kid, but it is actually a perfect form of exercise that you can do together. Yoga keeps the body healthy and active while not putting too much strain on it like other physical activities. Also, it comes with other benefits, including helping with focus and balance.