Wallie Exercises by Steve Ettinger, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and personal trainer is a great book to show kids that it is ok to sweat…and have fun!
Just because the weather is getting cooler in some parts of the country, it doesn’t mean your child should stop exercising! Take Wallie for example; he likes to stay inside, sleeping, eating, and watching tv. Sound familiar???? Wallie goes for a ride with his owner and is surprised to see other animals exercising and having fun! He has to learn to get over some obstacles like, staying hydrated, and pushing past the pain and once he does, he realizes that he too can have fun while exercising. The back of the book shares a few fun activities that you can share with your child to get them moving as well as some information on the importance of exercise, warming up and staying hydrated. You can find out more about this adorable pup by going to StevenEttinger.com. Wallie Exercises is available for $11.95 at activespudstore.comWritten by Phyllis Pometta - Phyllis is the mom to three beautiful children, aged 9, 12 and 15. She is very active on social media and loves sharing new places and products with family, friends and readers. She is also the founder of the well-known celebrity gifting company, Baby Swags where she assists clients in getting their products into the hands of various celebrities. Disclosure: Tots To Teens Magazine receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation is provided unless otherwise stated. All opinions are that of the editor reviewing the stated product. Some posts may contain affiliate links that Tots To Teens Magazine receives commission or payment from in exchange for referrals. Tots To Teens Magazine only recommends products that we personally use and feel are a good fit for our readers and their children. If a giveaway is shared, the delivery of the prize to its winner is the sole responsibility of the sponsor. This is being disclosed in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission. - Visit Website