Exercising in Isolation Doesn’t Have to be Boring, but it Does Have to be a Daily “Non-negotiable”

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It is hard enough to train consistently at the best of times — and a global pandemic is anything but the best of times. The problem is, while isolation makes it harder to prioritize motion, isolation also makes exercise mission critical. Movement helps manage anxiety and depression and strengthens the mind, body, and immune system; and training gives us something to control — an unquantifiable perk in this uncertain time. READ MORE.