Detroit, MI (PRWEB) September 3, 2004
Promoting fitness habits in our children is more necessary today than itÂs ever been before. As lifestyles become more sedentary, teaching your child the benefits of exercise and healthy living are a must. This article will focus on ways in which you can incorporate your child into your workout, whether youÂre jogging on the street, running through the woods on a trail, or riding your bike.
Jogging and running are two of the oldest forms of exercise. Running exercises many of the primary muscles, while also strengthening your heart and lungs. On a long run, many parents like to have the ability to take their child along with them. This is where a jogging stroller comes in quite handy. There are many different types of jogging strollers, for different ranges of activity. The first thing to consider when purchasing a jogging stroller is the number of children you have. Current models can carry up to three children. Beyond that, youÂll want to take your terrain into consideration. If youÂre into just running on city streets, then youÂll want a jogging stroller with large, smooth tread wheels to reduce friction.
The Baby Jogger II (http://www.joggingstroller.com/brand/baby_jogger/bj_2.shtml) comes with your choice of 16Â or 20Â wheels. You can also get the Baby Jogger II with shocks if you choose. This will give your child a smoother ride, and only adds a trivial amount of additional weight. If you have two little ones to take with you, then the Dreamer Design Ditto RPS (http://www.joggingstroller.com/brand/dreamer_design/dreamer_ditto.shtml) will give you great handling, even when only one child is riding. Dreamer Design strollers are a deluxe line of jogging strollers, featuring a great combination of comfort & safety features.
If youÂre the type that likes to run off the paved and beaten trail, something a bit more rugged may be desired. The tried and true model for off-road jogging parents is the BOB Sport Utility Stroller (http://www.joggingstroller.com/brand/bob/bob_sus.shtml). The Sport Utility Stroller features adjustable suspension, a lightweight aluminum alloy frame, and a five-point seat harness. ItÂs ideal for going down trails or running on the beach. The BOB Sport Utility Stroller Deluxe features aluminum rims with stainless steel spokes, while the regular SUS has polymer ÂmagÂ wheels.
Of course, you can still exercise with your children if getting out on your bicycle is more your speed than running is - there are many bicycle trailers for you to choose from. The top-of-the-line model out now is the Burley DÂLite (http://www.bicycletrailers.com/burley-dlite.shtml). Burley has raised the bar with this bicycle trailer - it seats one or two kids, and includes just about every safety and comfort feature that you can imagine. If price is an issue, you can easily get by with the Croozer 535 (http://www.bicycletrailers.com/croozer-535.shtml). The Croozer 535 bicycle trailer comes with two different conversion kits, which allow it to transform into either a walking stroller or a jogger. The Burley DÂLite costs more, and the Burley jogger and walking stroller kits are both sold separately.
Two great online locations for buying jogging strollers and bicycle trailers are JoggingStroller.com (http://www.joggingstroller.com/) and BicycleTrailers.com (http://www.bicycletrailers.com/). Both JoggingStroller.com and BicycleTrailers.com offer free shipping on all orders over $79.99, and have a 30-day ÂNo WorriesÂ policy for returns and exchanges. Their customer service staff is knowledgeable and available to help you decide which model is the right one for your exercise needs. So when youÂre considering which Jogging Stroller or Bicycle Trailer is best for you, take into account the features you desire, and remember that JoggingStroller.com and BicycleTrailers.com are great sources for all of your exercise science needs.
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