While it looks like the legs are doing all the work, exercise is also great for your mind especially during this long pandemic.
“Wear a mask, go for a walk, it improves blood pressure, helps with depression and anxiety, and it will improve your sleep” says Dr. Mitali Wadekar, Dignity Health
“You light up when you’re done, you’re sweaty and gross, but you light up” says Lisa Schaefer of Sherman Oaks.
In this difficult time with so much bad news, feeling good physically and mentally matters more than ever, and sweating it out may be the easiest way to get there.
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