UNBOWED was built on the belief that as a pack we can conquer anything together especially when it comes to reaching your fitness goals, consistency is key. Whether at home or traveling, workouts are obviously great if you can fit them in, not to mention the benefits of staying on track.
There are so many benefits to staying physically active, including more energy and improved mood. That's why we rounded up some of our top minimal-space workouts to help you make it happen no matter where you are. Plus, while traveling, squeezing in a quick workout or two during your trip can make it easier to get back in the swing of things after you've unpacked your suitcases so we've given you 5 BONUS Ten-Minute Timed Workouts (use these when you are short on time) that are perfect for on-the-go!
With gyms closing nationwide during the COVID19 pandemic, this has left our pack to their own devices for continuing to stay active, something that is so crucial during these stressful times, so we wanted to give you a program that will give you weeks of exercises that you can do from your home either indoors or outdoors. What you'll find in the program:
Get outdoors and exercise! The sun has many benefits for your health; better sleep, improved mood, and a healthier immune system. Low vitamin D levels are now linked to respiratory infections and may increase susceptibility to influenza. Our body’s biological rhythms appear to influence how we resist infections. And new research suggests they can alter our inflammatory response to the flu virus.
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