Today is a great day to start (or restart) one of my 10-Day Whole Body Wellness Challenges! I have a Beginner Challenge and a Moderate Challenge for when you’re ready to move on to the next level.

Learn more about the Challenges and download FREE calendars so you can track your progress:
Beginner Challenge
Moderate Challenge

So what is a Wellness Challenge? It’s a real-time, 10-day wellness program designed to get you moving, especially if you haven’t been very active lately. During each of the 10-day programs, I will cover all areas of the body from the head down to your toes.

Let’s get started!

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Upper Body Dynamic Exercises
These general upper body dynamic exercises are simple, but effective in helping to strengthen the upper body and relieve pain. This upper body routine is performed in real-time so it’s easy to follow along.
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BPPV, or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, can literally stop you in your tracks. Hopefully this vertigo treatment with Brandt Daroff exercises will help. As always, make sure you are properly diagnosed because vertigo symptoms can be coming from something more serious.
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These general deep breathing & relaxation exercises are simple, but effective in helping to relax & relieve stress and anxiety. This breathing & relaxation routine is performed in real-time so it’s easy to follow.
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Want to improve your posture? Here are some simple things you can do. Having bad posture can cause pain in your neck, shoulders, back, and our whole body.
Lower Body Dynamic Exercises
These general lower body dynamic exercises are simple, but effective in helping to strengthen and stretch the lower body & relieve pain. This lower body routine is performed in real-time so it’s easy to follow.
Groin Pain Relief
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