Mommy & Me Celebrity Workouts

As these star moms (and dads!) know, sometimes staying in shape can be fun – thanks to help from their own mini-trainers: Their kids! Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson and more show us how it's done. By Kate Hogan

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PUMPING IRON

PUMPING IRON
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Jennifer Garner and daughter Violet Anne, 3, stay strong by walking together and lifting weights. Mild weight training not only burns calories, but boosts metabolism as well.

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RUNNING ERRANDS

RUNNING ERRANDS
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Stay environmentally friendly – and healthy! – by biking to local stores and appointments instead of driving in the car. It's worked wonders for Kate Hudson and son Ryder Russell, 5.

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CHIN-UPS!

CHIN-UPS!
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Want to build upper body strength and stamina? Hold on tight and do a few chin-ups, like David Caruso and son Marquez Antonio, 3.

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PEDALING FOR THREE

PEDALING FOR THREE
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Think biking solo means breaking a sweat? Try toting a tot or two, like Helena Bonham Carter! The actress regularly pulls son Billy Ray, 5, and daughter Nell, 1, in this fancy bike.

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POWER-WALKING

POWER-WALKING
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If your baby is too young to work out with you, take him or her for a long walk, like Anna Friel and Gracie Ellen Mary, 3, who enjoyed long, calorie-burning walks together when Gracie was still small.

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FAMILY OUTINGS

FAMILY OUTINGS
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Family time is twice the fun when everyone's doing something physical together – like biking. Sporting helmets and proper gear, Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott and son Liam Aaron, 22 months, get it right.

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CITY BIKING

CITY BIKING
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Danny Moder takes to the streets of Venice, Calif., with son Phinnaeus Walter, 4. Navigating the busy roadways not only helps with overall health, but agility, too!

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SWIFT STROLLS

SWIFT STROLLS
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Jogging may raise heart rates higher, but walking for extended periods of time is a great way to get fit. Take a cue from Naomi Watts, who's regularly seen strolling with son Alexander ‘Sasha’ Pete, 17 months.

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TOTING TOTS

TOTING TOTS
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Build up those leg muscles by adding some bulk to your biking – buy a buggy! Ben Harper pulls daughter Jaya, 4, as he brings her home from school.

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JOGGING

JOGGING
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Jogging helps men and women burn calories and tone muscle. Bridget Moynahan and son John Edward Thomas, 17 months, put a twist on the sport with mom pushing baby while the two make the rounds in Los Angeles.

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