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Page 76 NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2015 35 goodLIVING Take your mind off worries. Exercise is a distraction that can get you away from the cycle of negative thoughts that feed anxiety and depression. Get more social interaction. Exercise and physical activity may give you the chance to meet or socialize with others. Cope in a healthy way. Doing something positive to manage anxiety or depression is a healthy coping strategy. So if we know it helps why dont we do it Regional Fitness Specialist Lara Price of Orange Theory Fit- ness says many people have a negative outlook on exercise. They know they should do it and know it has many benefits but arent motivated or may get bored trying to do it on their own. Working out in a group setting can ease this negativity and get you going on the right track says Price. A group setting can be fun and offers a variety of benefits you might miss out on. Price says some of the benefits of group exercise classes like Orange Theory offers include exposure to a social and fun environ- ment a safe and effective workout designed by a certified professional a consistent exercise schedule that will not bore you an account- ability factor for participating in exercise and a workout that re- quires no prior exercise knowledge or experience. You dont have to come up with the workout she says. You just show up and follow your coach. If you are bored with your current exercise routine mixing it up with group exercise may be just what you need to get you excited motivated and back on track. Orange Theory coach Debbie Breihan is one of those motiva- tors. There are many reasons why I enjoy being an Orange The- ory coach. For me its about helping members achieve their fit- ness goals. I love watching members come out of their comfort zones training in ways they nev- er thought they could. Each day is a new fitness journey doing one more rep increasing their speed becoming more confident in their athleticism. The best compliment is when I see members bodies transform and confidence levels increase she says. Lewin tells his clients that a home gym is only good if you use it for something other than a place to hang clothes FitCorp even sends a personal trainer on house calls to help clients learn to use their equipment properly and maximize their workouts. Many of Lewins longtime clients find that they enjoy having a home gym and also a venue for group exercise. Regardless the simple fact is that exercise is good for you. We all have some form of stress in our lives and must have an outlet says Lewin. Working out makes you feel stronger both physically and mentally and ready to attack the world with a positive atti- tude. And lets face it. We could all use a little bit more positivity in life Working out makes you feel stronger both physically and mentally and ready to attack the world with a positive attitude. - Craig Lewin owner Fitness HQ and Busy Body Fitness I strongly feel there is a direct correlation between ones mental health and their physical well being. When taking part in a regimented exercise program your bodys internal workings run more efficiently and effectively. One will experience increased energy increased focus and renewed vitality when exercising regularly. A great side effect of regular exercise is the physical change in ones body. Increased strength lean body mass flexibility fat burn and toning are all achievable results when exercising consistently.Unquestionably having a positive bodyimagehelpsselfconfidenceandselfesteem. We see it every day at Orange Theory Fitness - Shane Adams Regional Owner Orange Theory Fitness