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According to First Candle, a national nonprofit organization, at least 50 percent of all sudden infant deaths could be prevented by placing babies to sleep in a safe environment.
Now that warm weather is here, there's no better place to exercise than outdoors. Plus, fresh air is one of the best remedies for those new-mommy blahs. The following program consists of a cardio stroller workout to burn calories, followed by strengthening moves done with your baby. You can perform the toning moves at home or in a park on a picnic blanket. Either way, you won't be able to use "no babysitter" as an excuse not to exercise.