As the weather gets colder, I find it challenging to keep my kids active inside. We discovered that creating and doing an indoor obstacle course helped make indoor movement quite motivating. Even better, all you need are couch cushions, extra pillows, plus anything else you can find around the house. Here are a list of ideas and moves to get you started on your own indoor obstacle course. Take turns building the courses with your kids. Kids love to create the courses and race you through them!
Indoor Obstacle Course Supply Ideas
String (criss-crossing the course)
Blocks or cushions
Not only is this great exercise, turn it into an imaginative journey over hills, rivers, and shark infested waters, and you'll add extra brain-boosting benefits.
Indoor Obstacle Course Moves
Of course, you've got to have awesome moves. Like . . .
So, what do you think? Will do this with me?