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Was the invention of dumbbells the greatest step in the history of working out?  It might very well have been because Becky is able to find more things to do with them than just about any other implement in The Gym on the 4 Corners in North Muskegon and she's here today to help put them to use for the betterment of everyone in this weeks episode of Fit and Healthy.


It's a way to strengthen and tone.  It's a way to work on balance and stability and it's also a super inexpensive way to add something to your home workout routine.  For less than $20 bucks, you can take the next step if you've been working out with Becky and just getting by with what's around the house or using what ya already got attached to you.  This of course isn't a sales pitch for any kind of gym equipment, just an idea of what you could get if you 'd like.  Becky does her workouts for you in a Tabata style.  That means that you're doing a series of exercises for 20 seconds, a 10 second rest period then back to 20 seconds of a new motion.  It's a tried and true method and used in a variety of ways to keep you and your body engaged.  You'll sometimes hear the clock and timer in the background.  

Like any other workout program, please consult a physician before you begin.  Drink plenty of water, warm up, stretch out and let's get it on!  It's Episode 177 of Fit and Healthy With Becky on The Muskegon Channel brought to you by Mercy Health.


Done and done! Come back later and do it again!  Share it with some friends, watch on your big screen with the Muskegon Channel for Roku or Amazon Fire TV.  Just keep doing it!  If you're new to working out, it's a great start if you're a long time participant, you know what drive Becky and we're thankful you keep coming back!  Becky is once again hosting some smaller group sessions as well as one on one training.  You can link up with Becky through her website below if you'd really like to amp it up!  We'll see you next week!

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