Growing numbers of men are staying home to take care of their children. So what’s the big deal? Ken Phelan explores how being a stay-at-home dad challenges stereotypes and maybe even your ego, and reveals a new and more interesting version of manliness. There was a time when fatherhood was easier. In the twenty-first century, such blatant gender stereotypes have long since been banished to the annals of history; we now live in more enlightened times, when sexism is no longer tolerated, the workplace is more equal, and traditional notions of parenthood are being challenged. Despite this progress, however, there is one particular cohort who have sadly been left behind — the stay-at home dad SAHD. Stay-at-home dads face almost insurmountable odds — the sneers, the ridicule, the pity, the stares, the contempt from in-laws. Thoughts of being emasculated beset their every move; where once they had perhaps likened themselves to a Clint Eastwood-type figure, the relentless nappy changes, domestic demands and household chores leave them feeling somewhat confused.
Are you one of these parents? But how can we be big and strong if we never make time to exercise? Counting Burpees with Baby. Baby Lunges and Thrusters. Using a Reel Mower While Babywearing. If you can, use weights for compound moves like squats, bench press, overhead press, and deadlift. Lifting heavy is a necessary part of strength training and vital for everyday functions, especially when it comes to lugging your kids and all of their crap toys around!
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