I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com, and this is a good workout routine for kids. It may seem counterintuitive, but the best workout routine for kids is to get them back on the floor performing crawling movement patterns. This not only improves strength, coordination and endurance but is also amazing for stimulating positive neural adaptations while fostering a lifelong love of fitness. These game-like workouts can take from 15 to 30 minutes depending in how much fun your kids is having. Spark a child's imagination by taking them to the zoo, then head home or to a park to have them act out what they saw. Have your kid try these three animal moves to get started and parents, join in if you can because these are highly beneficial moves for you as well. Okay our first exercise is the frog so begin with your feet out a little bit wider, toes are slightly turned outwards, drop down, bringing your hands in between your feet, keeping your chest up, reach forward with your hands slightly, putting your weight under your hands and hop your feet forward in little hops just like a frog would do. Our next exercise is the inchworm. So stand tall, feet about hip-width apart, keeping your legs straight, reach down and your hands to the ground and then walk your hands out until you are in a push-up position and then using your tiptoes, keeping straight legs, walk your feet in towards your hands. Then get in as far as you can, walk your hands back out and then repeat bringing your feet in towards your hands and our last animal exercise is a seal walk. Come down on the ground, arms fully extended, hands turned out and positioned right below your shoulders. Relax your lower body down keeping your legs straight and your ankles extended. From here just using your hands we're going to walk with our hands forward, dragging our legs along just like a seal would. I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com and this has been great exercises to get kids working out.