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A&M-Commerce Campus Recreation, Facebook

Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, reflects on an article on the benefits of exercise that says, even if you do less than the minimum recommended amount of exercise, it still does good for you.  It can also help with your mental well-being and sleep, among other benefits.

Morris Recreation Center, Facebook

Belinda Sanchez of the Morris Recreation Center at A&M-Commerce says the MRC provides a wide array of facilities and programs to help you get in shape.  She says those who are not students of A&M-Commerce can participate in the MRC's programs by paying fees for its services.  Belinda says the biggest mistake people make in starting a fitness program is trying to do too much, too soon.

Texas A&M Agrilife

Our wellness commentator, Velvete Womack, reflects on an article that describes how gardening provides excellent exercise.  Velvete is the owner of Balanced Newtrition in Rockwall.

Texas A&M Agrilife

Dr. Velvete Womack, our wellness commentator and owner of Balanced Nutrition in Rockwall, discusses a Mayo Clinic article on exercise.  Individuals can determine the intensity of their exercise routine, and what's best for them, by several recommended methods.  Lower intensity exercise -- in which you can still carry on a conversation with a partner -- is recommended for beginners.