Stay Fit Boston!

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Stay Fit Boston!

With warm weather making an entrance, spring is the perfect time to get outdoors and start moving. Routine physical activity is an important part of staying healthy, and can reduce your risk developing chronic heart disease, arthritis, certain cancers and diabetes. What’s more, regular exercise can improve your mood and, memory, too.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends at least two-and-a-half hours of cardio and two sessions of strength exercises per week for adults between the ages of 18 and 64. For children 6 to 17, the CDC recommends at least 60 minutes of cardio per day and 3 sessions of strength exercises per week. Learn more about the health benefits of exercise on the CDC’s website.

However, you don’t have to slave away at the gym to get moving—there are many ways you can get active and have fun. Activities like dancing…

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