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Benefits of Long Workouts

The Workout Goal You Should Hit Each Week

While the best workouts are the ones you do, aiming for a longer workout just once a week can help you achieve your goals, either weight-loss related or otherwise. Not only will you burn more calories in a longer workout, but you'll also be able to focus on moving your body, feeling good, and testing your strength, endurance, and willpower. And, scheduling in a hour-long workout on the weekend can help you feel (deservedly) guiltless when it comes to enjoying a fun night out on the town.

Ready to hit this weekly goal? Pin or print this motivational poster to remind yourself to schedule in a longer workout — let our 60-minute workouts be your inspiration!

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