Wren, P. J.
August 2010
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Aug2010, Issue 334, p57
The article offers tips on how to keep one's exercise program fresh and interesting. It mentions that it is vital to use a balance tool to bring new challenge to one's workout and increase the weight of one's lift every one or two weeks to stress the muscles and bones. It affirms that it is also good to work out with music and hire a personal trainer to be able to learn new exercise routines.


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