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The Couch Can Wait. Get Up and Work-Out From Home!

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Many people are adjusting daily routines to work from home to reduce the risk of COVID-19. But with gyms and fitness centers closed for the time being, all of us have to find ways to adapt to work-out from home.

Maintaining an exercise routine right now is essential. Staying physically active is good for our physical health and our mental well-being. In these times, that latter half is especially important. That said, if you haven’t already, speak with your doctor and discuss your health conditions before starting an exercise routine.

Luckily, it is easier to work-out from home than ever.

A treadmill or at-home exercise bike are excellent options. Both are available in a wide range of prices, with many options, including new systems, like Peloton, which stream live and on-demand classes and allows the rider to participate with others for a “group ride”. This is a great option for those who enjoy group fitness classes.

Speaking of streaming, ask your gym or fitness studio if they’re currently offering private training or group classes online. Platforms like Zoom and Google Hangout allow trainers, as well as pilates and yoga instructors, to provide live on-camera sessions. An added bonus with this option: you can help a local business during this time when their locations are closed for business.

Of course, weights and resistance bands are also excellent options for strength training and toning muscle. Just make sure you use weights that are appropriate for you, and ask someone to spot you when possible. Exercise is meant to make you and keep you healthy!

Another great way to keep your mental well-being is to know that you have the right insurance plan for you and your family. Take advantage of the insurance coverage available to you through your association and AMBA. Schedule a free Benefits Review with one of the knowledgeable representative at AMBA at http://www.amba-review.com/newsletter.

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