Good things come to those who sweat - Groove Rabbit

Good things come to those who sweat

Don't know where to start?  More than ever, it is so important to get back on track and start moving again and set goals to get fit. For many of us, life changed dramatically through an unprecedented health crisis we didn't expect. It is time to take action to get back into a healthy body and mind. 

How can I get a healthy mind and body?

Tips for a healthy mind, body and spirit
  1. Get enough sleep. Who'd think something simple like a good night's sleep can help your mind? 
  2. Exercise can make you happy. Let's get moving! 
  3. Make sure you're not thirsty. Feeling thirsty? 
  4. What you eat makes a difference
  5. Quit smoking for good
  6. Go outside!
How much exercise do we need?
  • You need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity every week (i.e. about 20 minutes a day)
  • It is important to mix up what type of movement you choose
  • Try starting slowly with 10 minutes a day and add 5 more minutes each week

What exercise is best?


Here is an idea of what to explore depending on your goals. Choosing a variety of these activities help you to have a well-rounded fitness level. And don’t forget how amazing exercise is to help reduce stress.

Healthy Heart & Mind

Build Strength

Improve Balance

  • Walk or run
  • Climb stairs
  • Bike
  • Swim
  • Trampoline
  • Lifting weights
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Push-ups, sit-ups and squats
  • Dance
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Hiking
  • Kickboxing


We can get inspiration from Juice Plus+ Ambassador  Brittany Hochevar-Hart, who began using Juice Plus+ products at the start of 2019. “Just as much thought has to go into the fueling as it does the training,” explained Brittany about her decision to use Juice Plus+ products.

“You want to run on premium fuel.” 

In her owns words, Brittany hails from “a lineage of hard-working, fun-loving, faith-abiding, life-enthusiasts”. She was born in the steel city of Pueblo, Colorado but grew up all over the United States, where chasing dreams was bred and nurtured and sport became the family business.

She attended Long Beach State University where she received Broadcast/Journalism and Marketing degrees. While there she went to two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Women’s Volleyball Final Fours, was a finalist once and an “All-American” twice.

Following graduation, she was an alternate on the 2004 U.S. Women’s Indoor National Team, and won a bronze medal with the U.S. Women’s National Team at the previous year’s Pan American Games.

She has racked up around 100,000 miles every year for the past six years, circling the globe competing on the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) Beach Volleyball World Tour and the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) domestic Pro tour.

Although committed to professional volleyball, the thoughtful, intellectual Brittany spends her spare time writing, designing, speaking, teaching and tending to her Tower Garden by Juice Plus+.

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