Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 11, 2006
seeMOMMYrun.com and Baby Boot Camp have teamed up to help more moms make fitness an important part of their lives.
seeMOMMYrun.com (http://www.seeMOMMYrun.com), an Internet-based non-profit organization, provides free family-style social and fitness groups nationwide to help moms meet one another for emotional and fitness support. Baby Boot Camp (http://www.babybootcamp.com) offers innovative pre- and post-natal fitness classes taught by nationally certified fitness professionals. Together, these two organizations provide an array of options for moms of all ages and stages to meet their fitness goals, build a strong support network and model a healthy lifestyle for their babies and young children.
“Our relationship with Baby Boot Camp is important because together we can provide both strength training and cardio programs to help moms stay healthy and strong,” said Andrea Vincent, founder of seeMOMMYrun.com. “Many moms do not have time or extra funds to pay for expensive gym memberships or on-site day care. seeMOMMYrun groups are free and organized by local moms, while Baby Boot Camp classes are cost-effective and allow moms to workout with their babies.”
“Baby Boot Camp pre- and post-natal fitness classes support an active lifestyle. Partnering with seeMOMMYrun.com provides our students with another tool to enhance their fitness and sense of community,” said Kristen Horler, CEO and founder of Baby Boot Camp. “Leveraging the strengths of both organizations will benefit moms across the U.S. and abroad.”
seeMOMMYrun.com is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help moms in every community build lifelong friendships, maintain active lifestyles and act as positive role models for their families and friends. Most importantly, the groups demonstrate healthy habits to children starting at a very young age – teaching them dedication, positive body image, and even mind/body balance. Children who watch their mothers’ weekly motivation and dedication are much less likely to lead sedentary lives, thus avoiding the nationwide childhood obesity epidemic. seeMOMMYrun.com is an informational Web portal that allows moms to communicate and make their own arrangements for running or walking together in groups. The site provides interactive schedules, group sign-ups, local race schedules, and advice for active moms who want to include baby in their workout routines. The site helps women stay motivated and dedicated to staying fit while also forming like-minded friendships for mom and baby. Visit us online at http://www.seeMOMMYrun.com for more information about groups in U.S. 50 states Canada, and South Africa currently in development.
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