"With the girls, we find that it's more important that it's fun, and it's more about sports and teamwork. Because exercising for exercising sake doesn't always work with kids, even though they do that, too. We'll have them go to the gym, set up a challenge, but that would be last. Kids are not motivated, and my kids are not motivated to be individuals in a gym. But they take swimming. They take tennis. They're on their teams now — middle-school sports. So, for example, the girls have always taken tennis, and they're not great at tennis. But just this year, it clicked for Malia, where she was getting taller; physically, she could handle the racket. All of a sudden, she loves tennis. So it's getting them to the point where they see it for themselves."