Much has been written about the Dad Bod lately, and how to get rid of it (we assume most dads would want to get dump the dad bod, rather than perfect it). Take a look at this High Intensity Interval Training workout that dads anywhere can do, courtesy of Barry’s Bootcamp.
According to the New York Times, “On average, dads are 10 pounds heavier than non-dads; they’re carrying nearly an extra two inches on their waist; and their bellies stick out an extra half-inch.” If you’re interested in sculpting your own dad bod, check out 10 Keys to a Perfect Dad Bod (tips include working out on the elliptical and eating lots of fried food and candy.) Or, if you’d prefer a fitter physique, keep reading…
“The new ‘trend’ suggests women are more attracted to [the dad bod] than a chiseled, Brad Pitt-like body,” says celeb trainer and Barry’s Bootcamp partner Derek DeGrazio. “My suggestion to Dads: do my workout and lose the 10 pounds. Do you really think women would be more attracted to Brad Pitt if he had a gut?”
The answer to dad bod-proofing your body, according to DeGrazio: High Intensity Interval Training.
Full Story: The High Intensity Anti-‘Dad Bod’ Workout
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