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Exercise Programs

The best exercise programs are ones that leave us feeling invigorated and produce the best results for both physical and mental long-term fitness. This can be different for everyone depending on your age and ability, but once you find what works for you the benefits of an exercise program can be great for health and longevity.

Types of Exercise Programs

Crossfit- The Cross fit workout program focuses on high-intensity training and functional movements with the intention of training muscles, joints and ligaments for full body toning and fitness.

Yoga- Yoga is extremely popular for both it’s physical and mental health benefits. Yoga provides excellent resistance training, muscle toning, posture and also increases blood flow and

Couch to 5K- This exercise program helps new runners build endurance and increase their mileage until they are able to run 3.1 miles. It’s great for someone starting out with running!

There are many more workout programs available and you may find that designing a custom exercise program with a personal trainer is best to suit your individual needs.

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