A four-year-old has been praised online for providing “amazing” exercise motivation for her mother.
KP Pound recruited daughter Kynsley as a motivator and pays her in gummy worm sweets, saying the youngster “keeps me going” while exercising.
In a video posted on Twitter, four-year-old Kynsley can be heard in the background of her mother’s exercise video shouting: “Keep up the good work,” and: “Get yourself up and move.”
The video now has over two million views, with several people commenting under the footage that they wish Kynsley could train them, too.
So, a few weeks ago I explained to my 4-year-old how hard it is for me to workout sometimes. She offered to be my trainer so she could motivate me. I must say sheâs a kid of her word. She keeps me going.. â¤ï¸😩😂 pic.twitter.com/YiFUW8XyNH— KP Pound (@KP_Pound1) July 20, 2020
Ms Pound, a teacher from Vero Beach, Florida, told the PA news agency: “We were sitting home a few weeks ago and I was telling her how I needed to start working out again.
“Sometimes I’m not motivated and I wish I had a trainer. She immediately said, ‘I’ll be your trainer’.
“Since then she’s been so amazing. I work out four to five times a week and she’s there with me.
“It’s literally our favourite thing to do together now… She takes her job very seriously.”