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Virtual Resources to stay active and help your well-being at home

March 24, 2020


As we all know, movement matters! Incorporating physical activity and movement into your days is now more important then ever. As we all navigate working and learning from the virtual side, we want to remind everyone to find time during the day to move a little. Physical activity helps us maintain strong muscles and bones and promotes overall better health. Movement in any way can assist in reducing symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression. It also promotes mental health and cognitive function. Below is a list of resources for both physical and mental health. Take a look and find a few ways to live a Life in Motion! Check back often as we will continue to add resources. Have a great idea? Send it to us at  


Physical Fitness  

Intense Cardio/Toning Workout – STRONG by Zumba 20 Minute Demo

Yoga with Adriene – A variety of mindful meditation and yoga classes

POPSUGAR – Hundreds of FREE workouts with several different format options, challenges and more! 

Daily Burn (60-day free trial – web and app) - variety of workouts available 

Down Dog (app): Yoga, HIIT and Barre workouts FREE to college students until July 1


ACE (American Council on Exercise) – Variety of High and Low Impact Exercises and Articles and Videos  

ACE 20-min HIIT Workout

ACE Bodyweight Exercise Library

ACE Flexibility

ACE Youtube channel for further resources


Well-Being and Mental Health Support  

Headspace (app): Meditation made simple! Free two week trial or $9.99 student discount for 1 year 

Mindfulness tips for dealing with COVID:19  

Mental Health Tips