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Sit and get fit

Written by Healthy Living

Jaime Brenkus is a physical wellness ambassador for Evergreen Wellness (myeverygreenwellcom.com). Recognizing that Baby Boomers are reaching the point where they need to keep moving, he has this suggestion for an easier fitness routine. Sit and get fit. Do at least 20 repetitions of each exercise.

  1. Place your hands behind your head, crunch forward, and then lean back while keeping feet on the ground.
  2. Place your hands behind your head again, but this time, do side bends.
  3. Rotate your body side to side with more twists.
  4. Scoot to the edge of the chair. Bring your knees into your chest and lower your legs to the starting position.

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