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Why Cardiovascular Activity Needs to be Part of Your Self-Care Practice

November 9, 2020 Join me over a post run shake as I share with you the deeper and more long-term reasons why cardiovascular activity should be apart of your self-care…
November 9, 2020

Why Cardiovascular Activity Needs to be Part of Your Self-Care Practice

November 9, 2020

Join me over a post run shake as I share with you the deeper and more long-term reasons why cardiovascular activity should be apart of your self-care plan: uplifted mood, creative imagination, and creative expression, and more constructive problem solving.

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