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GlibFit 4.0 – Walking

GlibFit 4.0 – Walking

Just 30 minutes per day of walking can significantly improve mental health (including reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety) and boost immunity, according to a study published in the Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

GlibFit 4.0 – Crossrope Full Review

GlibFit 4.0 – Crossrope Full Review

Crossrope is a well-designed, well-built jump rope system. The ropes are steel cables in varying weights coated in plastic. The handles have some sort of rubberized finished to aid your grip.

GlibFit 4.0 – Mother’s Day Edition

GlibFit 4.0 – Mother’s Day Edition

There really is a difference between men and women. Viva la difference! You aren’t better or worse for being one or the other. But you have certain advantages depending on the sport.

GlibFit 4.0 – Swimming

GlibFit 4.0 – Swimming

Swimming uses all the muscles in the body so whether you swim a gentle breaststroke or hammer butterfly, you will get a full body workout. Plus, exercising in water makes your body work harder so 30 minutes in a pool is worth 45 minutes of the same activity on land.

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