Learn More: ‘Move to Lose’ Workout Program for Beginners

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Whether you’re ready to get back in shape or pick up an exercise routine for the first time, our Move to Lose workout program for beginners is the perfect place to start. This series teaches you proper form for essential strength moves while providing a solid base for future workouts. Both beginners and more advanced fitness levels will benefit from the targeted strength training exercises and cardio workouts in this comprehensive workout program for beginners.

From yoga and upper body workouts to walking and core work, the routines in our Move to Lose workout program for beginners will offer training in cardio, strength, and flexibility. The goal is to transform your muscles and increasing your overall fitness. Workouts like Pilates Abs target specific muscle groups so you can start seeing results and feeling the burn, while our Quick Cardio Blast workouts incorporate fun and easy-to-follow movements that get your heart rate and metabolism revved up and ready to go.

Each routine in this workout program for beginners will get your heart pumping and increase your strength, cardiovascular ability, and endurance. There are ten, 10-minute workouts in Move to Lose that you can do separately or string together for a more intense overall workout. Chris provides plenty of modification and instruction in each program, doing the workouts right along with you and offering plenty of encouragement along the way! If you’ve wanted to take the next step to better health, this workout program for beginners offers you the chance to take charge once and for all while having fun and receiving positive encouragement to keep going.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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