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Consider a sitter. You might need to have someone come in for an hour per day to watch your baby while you work out. Not sure who to ask? Consider parents, grandparents, friends, neighbors. You can even put an ad out in your local paper. If you have friends with older children, you might ask one of them if they have any children with experience watching young children. Many gyms also offer daycare for parents who need an hour to work out, as do many local recreation centers.
Take just ten minutes. If you are truly time deprived, you can still get a great work out in for day in 10 minute intervals. There are no hard and fast rules that state that you have to work out 30 minutes in a row for exercise to be effective. If you have just 10 free minutes in your day, consider climbing some stairs or going for a brisk walk. Do that two to three times per day and you have worked in a full blown work out.
Consider home work out videos. You can pop these easily into your VHS or DVD player and work out from convenience of you home, saving travel time and much more. There are even many videos that are targeted toward moms, where you can work out with your newborn!
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