Lauren Hannaford talks parent fitness, marrying a Wiggle and being Dorothy Dinosaur

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 1 August 2017

13 mins

Keeping healthy or squeezing in the odd bit of exercise after you have kids seems impossible.

But never fear, Lauren Hannaford is here to help.

The fitness expert, former Dorothy the Dinosaur performer, ex-gymanstics coach and Wiggles dancer has launched a six week online program called FHIT and it's perfect for time poor parents.

She joins us to give some simple tips on fitting simple exercises into a busy schedule, and how parents can benefit from it.

To find out more about the program head to Lauren's website here or the FHIT Facebook page.

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