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Our bodies need all different kinds of movements to continue to transform and become what they are intended to be--physically fit! Interval training, circuit training, strength training, cardio--running, swimming, biking, hiking, yoga and pilates all are methods by which to get name a few!

- Submitted by BURKEBRIZ 6/30/2010 in Exercise | 3 Comments
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COCOADIET 7/1/2010 8:03:00 AM

    I started water aerobics a few weeks ago. The instructor mixes up the classes so we do different exercises. Some with boards, some with foam "bar bells," and some with noodles. She uses a different prop each week, in addition to the water movement exercises. Believe me, it is working the muscles in a different way. I sleep sooooooo well the nights I work out in the water. emoticon Next class??? Maybe Pilates?
FOUNDER3 6/30/2010 11:31:00 PM

    I agree with this statement. The more muscles you move, the better they will all work together for a much healthier body!
TAMARASART 6/30/2010 4:18:00 PM

    For the next six weeks at the gym I am taking their Bootcamp and 50/50 (half strength half cardio) to keep things interesting and really work help push myself. Finding muscles I didn't even know I had. Which means there is running involved in bootcamp which I haven't done for over 20 years. Makes me feel good.

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