Get Into Working Out

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Get Into Working Out

  1. Make It Yours

    Lean into your own personality to get into the groove. Your favorite music, your ideal time of day and activities you actually enjoy are more likely to keep you motivated.
  2. Stay Supported

    Make sure you have the right gear for each activity for added comfort and support. That may mean a new sports bra, moisture-wicking shirt, or shoe inserts.
  3. Break It Up

    It's OK to break up your total physical activity goal into shorter sessions. Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week. Short bursts a few times a day can get you there without feeling overwhelming.
  4. Build It In

    Create space in the natural flow of your life to add activity so it doesn't feel like a chore. Sneak it into quality time with family and activities you're already doing.
  5. Give It Time

    It can take a while for a behavior to become a habit. Try to be active around the same time each day – even if you don't go all out every time – to help the routine stick.
  6. Keep It Going

    If you miss a day or a workout, don't worry about it. Skip the guilt and focus on what you will do tomorrow!

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Move More!

Every time you stand up and do something, you’re taking a step in the right direction. February is American Heart Month and the perfect time to check out all the products we offer that will help remind you to move more, anytime, anywhere. Proceeds benefit our mission to create a world free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.