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Fitness

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Well-being series - Making time for exercise & movement

The power of exercise as a tool for coping with stress using the high intensity interval training method

Students

33 mins

Content

Jul 2021

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FREE
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What you will learn

Quick and simple physical exercises


Description

The intention behind sharing the ideas in this course is to share exercise as one of the many tools to add to your tool-box of ways to cope with stress.

While I was a student, I was reading about the benefits of exercise and it convinced me that there are a lot of benefits including that it is a tool that will benefit me in coping with stress; however, I still needed to practice self-discipline to help me start and maintain this habit and one of the most beneficial helping factors was when I was able to attend a group training session such as Tae Kwon Do Classes. I noticed that during these classes I was put in an environment that encouraged me to exercise to the best of my abilities and left me feeling stronger and more relaxed afterwards. It is my hope that with this course you will feel a similar sense of encouragement and company with the intention of providing you with short segments of exercises following the principles of High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T) of about 40 seconds of activity followed by a short rest period. The exercises include skipping, sprinting, push-ups, jumping jacks, burpees, resistance band training, sit-ups, leg raises and squats.



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Well-being series - Making time for exercise & movement
Well-being series - Making time for exercise & movement
Well-being series - Making time for exercise & movement
Well-being series - Making time for exercise & movement

Content

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4124932

Udemy ID

6/15/2021

Course created date

6/18/2021

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