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

November 27, 2012 2 min read

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 The Workout Tutorial Video: Friend Your Trainers on Facebook: BodyRock Main Facebook Here Lisa-Marie Facebook click Here Sean’s Facebook page click here Freddy’s Facebook page: click here

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