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Lacey says this is the perfect time to slow down and focus on your health. Studies show that moving decreases anxiety and depression, which run rampant when you start to get cabin fever. Not only is moving good for your body, it's essential for your mental health, so Lacey hopes you'll make it part of your quarantine routine!
To get more one-on-one training with Lacey from home, check out her new virtual training program.
For more workouts you can do from home - check out this list of programs that will help your stress at bay during these uncertain times.
Celebrity trainer Lacey and frequent Doctors' guest invites you to join her for a combination of HIIT workouts fusing dance, sport, resistance training, humor (trust us) and more.
Now streaming their live classes from SWEAT to RESTORE.
The studio is now streaming their classes online, which offers more than just yoga.
Cardio Dance & Barre
This program provides a mix of daily affirmation-fueled workouts, meditations and coaching with fitness expert and bestselling author of "Mantras in Motion" Erin Stutland.
Inspired by the Lotte Burke method, Bar Method classes are 60 minutes long and work to target all core muscle groups to exhaustion.
Build muscle with explosive bursts of movement with classes streaming live from the New York studio.
While you don't need any equipment to get a good workout, here are some workout-at-home items that can help kick your workout up a notch:
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