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Benefits of Fitness Training
A typical Fitness class involves some form of resistance training. Don"t be surprised to find yourself lifting free weights.
Group Class are conducted with a small group. Whether you attend the same class time each week or a different class, you'll get encouragement from group members and guidance from instructors.
Improves your Brain Power. Regular exercice and an appropirate diet boost your mental functions. ...
Prevents Disease. ...
Good for Relaxation. ...
Good for Quality Sleep. ...
Good for you skin. ...
Reduces Pain. ...
Good for your Muscles and Bones.
Benefits of Zumba
A HEALTHY HEART
Zumba moves you whole body, helping to raise your cardio endurance and improve blood circulation.
Increased blood flow adds up to more oxygen-rich blood reaching the brain. And that helps enhance attention and concentration skills.
Try Zumba for 30 minutes, and you could burn 300 calories. That means less stress on your joints and added speed to keep up with grand kids.
Dancing improves your balance, range of motion, posture and coordination. It could even help reduce arthritis pain.
Zumba classes function as a group, introducing you to new people and giving you a healthy activity to do with friends you already have.
STRONG MUSCLES AND BONES
Dance workouts involve moves that work multiple muscle groups and increase bone density.
Sweating while you boogie releases brain chemicals that put a smile on your face and reduce stress that can disrupt healing, digestion and rest.
Benefits of Yoga
BETTER BODY IMAGE
Focusing inward during yoga helps you be more satisfied with your body and less critical of it.
Yoga can help lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar, all of which are good for your heart and blood vessels.
Practicing yoga a couple times a week increases muscle strength and flexibility, boosts endurance and tunes up your heart, lungs and blood vessels.
Being more aware of how your body feels carries over to mealtimes as you savor each bite or sip and notice how food smells, tastes and feels in your mouth.
Mindfulness developed through yoga can make you more sensitive to cues of hunger and fullness, which help you develop a more positive relationship with food.