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Strong & Balanced – Additional Resources

Strong & Balanced - Additional Resources

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Take it outside!

Exercising outdoors is a great way to enjoy the benefits of nature, soak up some vitamin D, and enjoy a change of scenery. Let’s face it, it’s hard to make yourself hit the gym during the sunny summer months.

Try these suggestions for great ways to have a fun outdoor workout:

  • power walk, jog, or run a local nature trail
  • hike a more strenuous local hiking trail
  • work out at an outdoor adult playground
  • rent a kayak and go for a paddle
  • rollerblade along your local boardwalk or seawall
  • go for a mountain bike ride on a challenging trail


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