Staying active at home

By Mena Haas ( Haas is a staff photographer for the Campus Ledger. This is her second semester at the Ledger, and she enjoys taking photos of all that goes on at the college. She loves photography, music, traveling and doggies.

YouTube provides millions of workouts for people looking to get more fit, and many of them can be done inside your home. According to LiveStrong, working out not only improves your mental health, but also increases your blood flow to the brain, which in return will sharpen your awareness and get you ready for whatever task you have next. Right now, there are many at-home workout apps that have extended their free trial period or offer free guided workouts for all levels. Photo by Mena Haas.


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