Ever wonder if the rest of your family is on the active train with you? Well, wonder no more. Here is a sure fire guide to deciphering your family's fitness obsession.
You might have a fit family if ...
... no one thinks it odd that you wake at 5 a.m. just to get your run in.
... you workout twice a day and it's seen as dedication and not pure lunacy.
... your children think that you need knee high socks to go running.
... your husband (who is built like a linebacker) takes your suggestion and trains for a half marathon.
... your children cry because they aren't invited to go running with you.
... your daughter will hip check her own teammates to get the ball.
... your three-year old has tree-trunks for quads and abs to die for.
... your family collectively owns enough workout clothing to outfit a small country.
... you plan your vacations around sporting events.
... you've walked in on your children doing push-ups and sit-ups.
... it's OK to spend over $100 on sneakers, but it's crazy to spend more than $20 on any other footwear.
... your kids would happily eat Gu and Gatorade as a mid-day snack.
... you (or your spouse) has run through the pain, because you thought it might go away if you kept moving.
... you've seen your children, who aren't old enough for Kindergarten, curl a five pound weight.
... your husband wants to get you a Kettlebell for Mother's Day. And you are OK with that.
... you decided what sports your children would play before they were born. Or better yet, you already determined which one would get them a college scholarship.
... a complete diet overhaul is seen as par for the course.
... your husband suggests that you convert your rarely used dining room into a home gym. And you immediately jump on board.
... "I'll race you," is part of your everyday vocabulary.