Nov 26 2012

Don’t Wake Me Up Workout & Is it too late to have kids?

Is it too late to have kids?

My friend is turning 36. She just recently separated from her husband. A reconciliation is not likely. In a cab ride Saturday night she mentioned that she won’t be having kids. I asked why. She said that she is out of time. She laid it out. For her to have kids she would have to find a guy – rather find the right guy – establish a relationship, get pregnant have a baby. Most people on the dating scene are crazy – or have no interest in actual relationships or both. She seemed resigned to live a childless life – which is fine except for the fact that she really wanted kids with the right person.

I’m 37 – at my age my parents had a 10 year old (me) and a 6 year old (Sean). They certainly weren’t taxing around downtown Toronto on a Saturday night club hopping with other 30 somethings. All of this got me thinking. Have we delayed our adolescence to the point where there is just not enough time on the clock left for our generation to reproduce? I got married at 30 and was separated at 36 – and I thank god everyday that there were no kids birthed out of that asylum. Still I would eventually like to be a father – or at least I think I would but I suppose the clock is ticking on that score too. Do I really want to be that guy who is dropping off his kids at college at 60? Does it matter? Why does everyone around my age still feel like they have so much growing up to do?

Enjoy today’s Lite workout! It’s the perfect place to get started with us!

Freddy

The Workout:

Workout Break Down

Set your interval timer to 30 seconds work 10 seconds break. Go through this workout 3 times!

1. 2 Push Ups 2 Ab Curls

2. Jump Forward and Back Toe Touch

3. 4 Mountain Climbers 4 Half Burpees

4. Squat Side Leg Lifts Left and Right

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  • Anonymous

    Too many as apposed to the 1100 comments they were getting 2 years ago? I don’t think so. It’s a little weird, but my comment magically re-appeared here anyway. It’s great to see a discussion going. It’s been a long time.

  • Anonymous

    Was my comment offensive? I’ve found on a couple of occasions that my comments have been erased after I have poured my heart out, or just wanted to start a conversation with my fellow teammates and hear what they have to say on the topic at hand. Since everybody just uses facebook now, it’s becoming a waste of time for me to try and engage in discussions on the site. Its a little tiresome. I am sorry if my comment offended you guys. Sometimes I think you guys are just a little more laid back than you really are??? I’m confused. It would be nice to get some feedback.

  • Anonymous

    Hey guys,

    I want to say first off as usual workout’s great, secondly this comment isn’t being posted out of hate or malice or meant to cause upset and thirdly- before I get a load of comments back telling me how I’ve read it wrong and that Freddy didn’t mean it in this way etc this is how it came across to me.

    Freddy, your comment “and I thank god everyday that there were no kids birthed out of that asylum” I think not only is incredibly disrespectful to Z but also hurtful to your old fans. I for one felt pretty shocked that you would say such a thing. Regardless of weather you meant it a) your relationship was a little rocky b) meant it quite literally, to be an advocate of creating a supportive and caring community and discouraging any mean or nasty posts and then to say something as degrading to your old partner? I think it is a little hypocritical. Your past relationship or any relationship for that matter is of none of our concern, you didn’t want to share the events or give reason to the end of your marriage and we ( well most of us) accepted that. So why not leave it at that? Instead of saying nasty sly comment such as that above.

    At the end of the day, I certainly amn’t here to give out or critize your personal life but as a very active member of your fantastic workout movement I would like to see you guys practicing what you preach, if you expect your fans to leave no nasty messages I think you should have the respect to realize that that comment was nasty too. We are all embracing and loving Lisa Marie, she’s great. But Z still holds a very special place in all our hearts and i think sometimes that should be kept in mind.

    E

  • Anonymous

    Hey guys,

    I want to say first off as usual workout’s great, secondly this comment isn’t being posted out of hate or malice or meant to cause upset and thirdly- before I get a load of comments back telling me how I’ve read it wrong and that Freddy didn’t mean it in this way etc this is how it came across to me.

    Freddy, your comment “and I thank god everyday that there were no kids birthed out of that asylum” I think not only is incredibly disrespectful to Z but also hurtful to your old fans. I for one felt pretty shocked that you would say such a thing. Regardless of weather you meant it a) your relationship was a little rocky b) meant it quite literally, to be an advocate of creating a supportive and caring community and discouraging any mean or nasty posts and then to say something as degrading to your old partner? I think it is a little hypocritical. Your past relationship or any relationship for that matter is of none of our concern, you didn’t want to share the events or give reason to the end of your marriage and we ( well most of us) accepted that. So why not leave it at that? Instead of saying nasty sly comment such as that above.

    At the end of the day, I certainly amn’t here to give out or critize your personal life but as a very active member of your fantastic workout movement I would like to see you guys practicing what you preach, if you expect your fans to leave no nasty messages I think you should have the respect to realize that that comment was nasty too. We are all embracing and loving Lisa Marie, she’s great. But Z still holds a very special place in all our hearts and i think sometimes that should be kept in mind.

    E

  • http://www.facebook.com/Latifah.Nadiyah Nadiyah Abdul

    love love love this video with the V/O….Lisa you sound hot! Lol