It’s Day five and we are starting to pick up the pace. The goal for the cardio core circuit is to keep moving and find a pace that is challenging for you.
Today we are adding in some new movements, combining some we have already done, and learning that any movement can be scaled to your abilities.
Today we are focusing on creating a strong core, or what I like to call the “foundation”. This intensive workout includes standing yoga poses and ab exercises.
Just as with sobriety, our fitness is obtained one day at a time! This leg intensive workout routine is specifically designed for individuals in recovery who want to commit to a healthier lifestyle.
I’m Trevor, the personal trainer at Morningside Recovery. I’ll be guiding you through daily workout routines that will increase your flexibility, strength, and endurance. Let’s get started with Day One.
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