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SOURCE: Home Workout Pros
In order to promote wellness and overall health, the Home Workout Pros have released a new bodyweight program suitable for the whole family.
Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Victa Home Workouts: Establishing Fitness For The Whole Family
Josiah Grimes and Aaron Ormiston, co creators of the Victa Home Workout Program believe that a gymnastics based strength-training program can go a long way toward developing family fitness. The truth is, parents often work sedentary jobs and children have more stationary forms of entertainment. The team members at Home Workout Pros believe in strengthening families through Internet exercise training programs tailored for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
The activities are great because they get family members actively engaged in physical movement, which creates a happier environment for homes. In fact, research indicates that the overall happiness of family members can be tied directly to the priority of healthy, fun physical activity within the family. The Victa Home Workout Program is affordable and requires no equipment. The limited time offer for a lifetime membership at only $17 is a great way to begin establishing a lifetime of physical fitness in the home.
The price and easy accessibility of the Victa in home workout program make it easy for the benefits of regular exercise to be established. An article recently published by TLC entitled: Is There A Link Between Exercise and Happiness? Emphasizes some critical points related to physical fitness. “There are certainly aspects of physical fitness that grease the skids of happiness. In addition to increased energy, physically active people may feel a sense of accomplishment in meeting personal fitness goals. But is there a direct link between exercise and happiness? We know that exercise has been shown to improve the sleep patterns of insomniacs, as well as lower their anxiety [source American Academy of Sleep Medicine]. Studies on rats indicate that exercise mimics the effects of antidepressants on the brain. Exercise is also responsible for the creation of new brain cells in the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory (source: Karolinska Institute). Interestingly, happiness and exercise are similar in two notable ways: both are independently associated with a boost to the immune system, and also with the release of endorphins.”
For more information about how to “grease the skids of happiness” for the whole family, visit the website below. Take advantage of the reduced price on their lifetime membership workout routine and contact any support team member at admin(at)homeowrkoutpros(dot)com.
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