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August Series: Body Weight Training August

Body Weight Training

As we get older, we start to realize we’re not as strong as we used to be … or as flexible.

And we admit that we don’t have as much pep as we used to have, either. And we wonder:

What’s the best yet safest way you can get back in shape — and improve your overall health?

The health and fitness experts at Harvard Medical School have the answer you’re looking for: The start-slow-and-easy workout routines that use your own body weight to strengthen your whole body — routines that offer a wealth of better health and more pep in your step.

And more good news: you can easily do these feel-younger exercises at home and adjust them to your fitness level. And there’s positively no equipment necessary to get great results. You’ll notice certain changes when you start one of these body-weight routines —

like having more energy, being able to lift things more easily, seeing some definition in your muscles, and maybe even losing some pounds or inches.

And then there are the changes that you can’t see—like stronger bones, lower blood pressure, and your body’s improved ability to manage blood sugar. Even short workouts will help you build whole-body fitness … improve your balance … enhance your mobility … and more.

If you would like to get started on a Body Weight Exercise Program, contact me for a private consultation.

Your Health Coach,





Do you want to feel stronger and healthier this summer in only six weeks? Now is your chance!

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