When we spend a lot of time working our brain at school or work, it's important to give ourselves breaks throughout the day to allow our minds and bodies to relax and refresh. Using these breaks to move and exercise reduces many health risks, improves your mood and gives you a natural energy boost to take on the day.
These videos will teach you different ways to exercise in your home.
Is walking good exercise?
It’s no secret that regularly moving our bodies is good for us. But is simply taking a walk good exercise? According to the CDC, physical activity through walking can help
Swing into shape
This safe and effective exercise program teaches gentle movement to improve range of motion, flexibility, muscle strength and endurance.
Bodyweight exercises to try at home
By Hannah M. Cornell, PTA, Physical Therapy Gundersen Boscobel Hospital and Clinics Don't have access to a gym or equipment? No worries, bodyweight exercises can be just as effective by
What exercise burns the most calories?
By Hannah M. Cornell, PTA, Physical Therapy Gundersen Boscobel Hospital and Clinics Burning calories doesn't mean you have to do some form of cardio for hours at a time, or