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What makes bodyweight circuits work so well? Every bodyweight exercise involved utilizes multiple muscle groups, gets your heart rate pumping, and burns tons of calories. Essentially, circuit weight training, or circuit bodyweight training, burns more calories than interval training, and that in turn burns WAY more calories than steady cardio.
This is not just for cycling. Yoga, strength training, running, etc.!
As daily routines continue to change, Peleton wants you to have access to their full library of classes from the comfort of home. Take a mix of yoga, meditation, strength, cycling, running and more. They'll remind you three days before your trial ends so you won't be accidentally billed, and you can cancel anytime.
We know that staying fit and active is our best way to build a strong immune system and stay healthy.
If you can’t make it to the JEA right now due to the Coronavirus, here is a free option to help keep you active and working out at home. This platform offers 95 free workouts across 8 categories. We promise it won’t automatically collect your data and it will remain available as long as the disruption from Coronavirus continues.
Digital Coach can be launched using any web browser on your computer or mobile device. Refresh each day for a new set of workouts, created by our Life Fitness Academy trainers (ACE and NASM certified), you can stay in shape at no extra cost until you can get back into the gym.
MyPlate, MyWins is all about finding a healthy eating style that works for your family and fits with your everyday life. Here you’ll find fun, practical tips and tools that have worked for other families. Give some a try, and discover “wins” for your own family.
This YouTube channel contains classes, brain breaks, and relaxations all created following Yoga Ed.'s comprehensive Teaching Children's and Teens Curriculum. Since 1999, Yoga Ed. has empowered millions of children and teens to thrive through evidence-based yoga and mindfulness training and curriculum.
Get physically active together, as a family! The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that children be active for at least 60 minutes per day.
Encourage everyone to think of fun activities that get you up and moving, off the couch, and away from the TV. Incorporating new games and learning new activities is one way to keep physical activity fun. Make getting more physical activity and exercise a family challenge through family activity points.