Olympic Day Workout

Work out with some of the world’s best athletes from the comfort of your home. Now you can #staystrong and #stayactive with our full-body 25-minute workout. Remember, exercising can help improve mental health and mood. In times of uncertainty and negativity, working out at home and exercise in general can help clear your mind of negative thoughts. During exercise, chemicals are released by the body. These chemicals – which include serotonin, norepinephrine, endorphins, and dopamine – can help improve mood and make the person more relaxed, helping with stress and reducing the risk of depression. The UK's National Health Service says that people who take part in regular physical activity have up to a 30 per cent lower risk of depression. Exercise can also help manage and reduce the effect of symptoms of anxiety


Ready for Olympic Day? It’s time to join together to get stronger for the Games
Ready for Olympic Day? It’s time to join together to get stronger for the Games

Work out with Olympians

Olympic Day Workout | #StayActive with PV Sindhu
Olympic Day Workout | #StayActive with Margarita Mamun
Home Workout with Aries Susanti Rahayu - Squats!
Olympic Day Workout | #StayActive with Anthony Ginting and Jonatan Christie
Olympic Day Workout | #StayActive with Pita Taufatofua

"Personally, I don’t believe in limits."


Stay in shape with Pita Taufatofua 

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