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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.