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Motivational Monday: Group Fitness Classes

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  Need a little motivation to keep going to the gym? You might want to try a group fitness class.

  Most classes last 30 to 60 minutes and instructors work to make that time fun. Classes offer social inclusion opportunities, physical benefits and psychological support. 

  Fitness classes are a great place to meet people who have similar lifestyle goals and needs. Make friends, have adult conversations and discover solutions to problems as you talk with other participants before and after class.

  Taking part in a group exercise class challenges you to work out harder than you think you can. Instructors watch your body for signs of fatigue and push you to your limits. You are likely to work out harder, as everyone is exercising toward the same goal, than you would on your own.

  A group fitness instructor will explain the benefits of each exercise, which increases your reasons to complete the workout and keeps you returning to class.




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