With all of the demands placed on us during the holidays, how do we cope when we feel as if we’ve reached the breaking point? According to Angie Ferguson, try a stress-busing workout. Ferguson is an exercise physiologist and a coach for the USA triathlon and cycling events. There are several different types of workouts to consider. Yoga is a well-accepted stress reducer that can help you relax. Look for gentle or beginner classes. If you want something more challenging, try an exercise bootcamp. These provide full-body workouts with pushups, lunges, and jumping jacks. A middle-of-the-road alternative is dancing. This will engage your mind and body. Finally, consider weight training. Lifting weights is good for body and bones as well as reducing stress.
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