'Spider-Mom' Charity Grace LeBlanc on Her Wall-Crawling Workouts: 'My Family Loves it!'

Some grip training the 2009 week because today we're heading out to NC all weekend to compete inside a ninja competition! How many of everyone reside in New york and where's the best place to visit waterfall hiking!? Ps…City is just like "oh hey, spidermom" This super cute matching set is from @arthleticwear

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This article originally appeared on People.com.

With over 132,000 Instagram followers, Charity Grace LeBlanc is used for you to get noticed for her extreme workouts. But one recent post had the internet inverted!

The 28-year-old mother of two displayed her high-climbing skills inside a video filmed at her?Clearwater, Florida residence – crawling around the ceiling as her 2-year-old daughter Felicity LeBlanc watched from below.

The clip was picked up by the popular \”Fit Moms of IG\” account, where Charity was given the nickname \”Spider-Mom.\”

But for those who know Charity, her stunts are not new. \”I always was an active child – climbing trees, playing outside, and taking dance classes,\” she tells PEOPLE.

That doesn\’t mean she was climbing on walls immediately like a mom. After the birth of her first child, now 6-year-old son Oakley LeBlanc, Charity realized she needed to start easing back into fitness – so she began with yoga. Once she had made that first move, Charity started incorporating aerial circus arts and ninja training into her workouts.

It was rock-climbing that inspired Charity\’s \”Spider-Mom\” workouts. \”I just began working on my grip strength after love a few rock climbing sessions at a local rock climbing gym,\” she explains. \”I would go outside of the house and hang up on the fringe of the roof and do some pull-ups or practice on Monkey bars after i took my children towards the playground.\”

All of the ninjas training with weighted vest so I'm like…baby weights! ???????? #fitmom #babyweights #homegym . Positive thing I simply experienced my @womensbest pre-workout booster! ??#womensbest

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Eventually her husband of 7-years, Andre LeBlanc, gave Charity a Christmas surprise of creating a hanging ledge and little gym inside the house.?\”My family loves it!\” Charity gushes. \”I caught my daughter swinging on a single of the workouts rings we have in our house, and she or he take a look at me and said \’Wook mommy! I strong like youuu!\’ \”

Happy Easter! After a crazy weekend we're just chill'n today by our pool. What exactly are your guy's plans for today!? #resurrectionday #happyeaster

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Her social networking followers also have encouraged her. \”[They] always give me so much encouragement and inspire me to push myself harder and set together more creative workouts,\” she says.

Ultimately, Charity hopes people who watch her online get motivated to pursue fitness in a way that excites them.

\”I usually have encouraged individuals to pursue fitness as something you enjoy doing or activity that excites you,\” she says. \”I\’ve never had the opportunity to become one of those people who spend extended hours in the traditional gym. I\’ve found I push myself and also have more fun when I\’m doing a task such mountain climbing or obstacle course racing or evening performing aerial circus arts. Fitness and fun are so entwined for me, I don\’t know which comes first sometimes.

\”Allowing your kids to look at and take part in your fitness allows these to set up a healthy way of life, mentally and physically, on their own,\” Charity says. \”My daughter and son are involved in a lot of my fitness activities, and so i think it\’s good for other parents to see that it\’s possible to pursue your fitness goals and also have a fun time with your kids.\”