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Want a simple at-home work out that won't involve squinting at an exercise video on your phone screen? Russ Harris from bougie London gym six3nine is here to help. Here's his guide to getting fit inside.
'If you’re not exercising already, this is a really good time to start - it’ll add structure to your day and make you feel more in control when you’re stuck inside. Make the purpose of your session that both body and mind feel good after – not so you can say ‘I’ve burnt as many calories as possible’ or ‘I can’t walk’. Use your whole body rather than just favouring one muscle group and break your workout into a warm-up, main section and a cool down. Not just to be safe but to be efficient and so that you enjoy the sesh.'
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