FEELING FIT: Emma Whiting and girls Lily, 6, and Ruby Wood, 4, love exercising.
FEELING FIT: Emma Whiting and girls Lily, 6, and Ruby Wood, 4, love exercising. Laura Mckee

Mum and girls love their health regime

LOCAL mum Emma Whiting has all her ducks in a row.

Ms Whiting and her two daughters, Ruby and Lily, are on a health kick that is bringing results.

It's Ms Whiting's plan for an organised, balanced lifestyle.

"We all get up early (5am) and go to the gym every day," she said.

"Then the kids go to kindy or school and I go to work. I am happier when I go to the gym."

The trio also participates in boot camp two to three times a week and Ms Whiting does a personal training session once a week. Exercise was something she had really learnt to enjoy.

"Last year I joined Anytime Fitness in March and I lost 17 kilos by August," she said.

"I am doing the Miss Muddy competition on the Gold Coast this year."

A good diet through organisation was also important to the single mum.

"I stopped making sandwiches for the girls and give them meat (silverside or roast) instead and they like it."

"Organisation is important. On Sundays we prep meals and during the school week we organise the lunches the night before."

Ms Whiting said her daughters loved having a healthy lifestyle.

"We have a Paleo-style diet and Ruby just loves eating eggs," she said.



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