Mommy & Me Celebrity Workouts
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.
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.
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.
PEDALING FOR THREE
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.