“The only bad workout is the one that didn’t happen.”


Regular vigorous exercise is a key component to a healthy body. Exercise strengthens muscles and skeletal connections, thus promoting vibrancy and strength while reducing risk of injury. Regular movement and activity maintains strength, flexibility and balance including growth of bone density to prevent osteoporosis later in life.

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The Importance of Doing Squats

Health Science

This simple exercise increases fitness and eases everyday activities.

Everyone needs to be able to sit down and stand up. Performing this movement, called “the squat,” and performing it well, is essential to our independence. Excelling at the squat makes life easier and more enjoyable.