Millions of Americans aren't moving enough to meet the minimum threshold for good health — exercising at a moderate to vigorous intensity 150 minutes per week. The benefits of exercise may sound too good to be true, but decades of solid science confirm that exercise improves health and can extend your life [Harvard Medical School]. Adding as little as 30 minutes of moderately intense physical activity to your day can help you avoid many serious ailments, including heart disease, diabetes, depression, and several types of cancer, particularly breast and colon cancers. Regular exercise can also help you sleep better, reduce stress, control your weight, brighten your mood, and sharpen your mental functioning. A well-rounded exercise program has four
components: aerobic activity, strength training, flexibility training, and balance exercises. Each benefits your body in a different way, and all will be covered in this program. Please have available weights and tubing.