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CrossFit® / June 2018
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom

No Dad Bod Here! Two Trainers Discuss Fitting In Their Workout

Last month, Paul Tremblay competed in the 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games East Regional. But admittedly, he was a little distracted. See, less than a week prior, his wife was giving birth to their second son.

Turns out, Tremblay didn’t qualify for the Games this time around, but he has learned about competing—and training—on little sleep, different priorities, and a tiny human being’s schedule. And a quick scroll through Tremblay’s Instagram proves that the gym owner and CrossFit Seminar Staff trainer fully embraces the dad life (albeit without the dad bod). 

In honor of Father’s Day, Tremblay sat down with his close friend and fellow trainer Austin Malleolo, who is expecting his first child in September, to dish on how the lifestyles of the uber-fit change after having children. Spoiler alert: they don’t have to. But your motivation for working out probably will change.

Watch the video above! 

Shop Reebok’s Father’s Day collection. All items in the collection are 30% off, plus free expedited shipping, through June 19 with the code 'DAD' at checkout. Select colors of the Reebok CrossFit Nano 8 are included. 

CrossFit® / June 2018
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom