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Staying at home with the enhanced community quarantine may be the best time for you to achieve your body goals this 2020.

During the past week, Market! Market! live streamed 5 fitness sessions on its Facebook page  to help its online community in embracing and living an active and healthy lifestyle as part of its wellness campaign, Mall into Shape – Home Workout Series.

Now go to facebook.com/MarketMarket and watch last week’s video series. Let’s get you moving and sweating!

Dance Fitness with Del Reyes

From retro to modern, ZIN™ Del’s mix of music surely gets everybody dancing. Dance fitness, or more known to many as “Zumba,” is a great form of cardiovascular aerobic exercise. This “dancercise” promotes a healthy cardiovascular system and is good for the lungs because it trains them to efficiently absorb more oxygen over time and deliver that oxygen to your organs and muscles.

Beginner’s Hip Hop with Chelsea Toledo

Aside from being the “hippiest” dance genre, hip-hop is actually a full body workout! Depending on the intensity, this immense physical activity promotes cardiovascular health and strengthens the muscles in the arms, legs, and core— healthy bones and joints. Now, let’s get you movin’ to the groovin’ music!

Yoga sessions with Kat De Castro and Denise Sehwani Gonzales-Bernardo

Yoga Teacher’s Kat and Denise are here to unleash our inner yogi to keep us grounded and our inner peace. Yoga is known for its ability to ease stress, promote relaxation, and help reduce anxiety. In fact, multiple studies have shown that it can decrease the secretion of cortisol, the primary stress hormone. Isn’t that what we exactly need nowadays? Also, yogic breathing can help build endurance, optimize performance and keep our lungs and heart healthy — especially our lungs!

HIIT Pilates with Kat De Castro

Teacher Kat is also here to give us this “one-and-done” workout. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) Pilates could give you the fat-burning and muscle-toning benefits. It may look easy on the outside with its slow and steady movements but don’t be fooled as it is an activity of extreme muscle control. Pilates can help improve poor posture and may alleviate lower back pains from prolonged back inactivity.

It’s never too late to make the change to a healthier and happier you! Make these videos a part of your morning routine  to keep you strong and fit!

You can also join our live streaming for the first week of April:

Check out facebook.com/MarketMarket for more updates on our fun live stream videos! Like and follow  @ilovemarketmarket on TikTok and Instagram, @MarketMarketBGC on Twitter, or visit www.ayalamalls.com.


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