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Your 10-Minute Happy Heart Workout!

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You know we love anything to do with looovveee, so we’re pretty excited to bring you a special, live time, full-body workout to celebrate “Heart Week” this year. Nope, we’re not talking about the hearts that fluttered when Tara & Sammy got engaged on Bachelor In Paradise, we’re talking about the National Heart Foundation’s annual initiative to get Australia moving and keep Aussie hearts healthy!

This year’s theme, “Don’t Get The Sits”, is all about the importance of physical activity as the ultimate medicine for the mind and body in reducing risk factors for heart disease.

BUF + Heart Foundation Workout

Before you hit PLAY on the workout, here are a few quick facts to get you motivated…

  • More than half of Australians are not active enough
  • Almost 2 in 3 Aussies are overweight or obese (as are 1 in 4 children!)
  • Approximately 5,000 Australians die each year as a direct result of physical inactivity
  • Australia is now officially classed as an “inactive nation”

… WHAT! Time to change that!

Here are the cool changes that can happen in your body when you’re active for at least 30 minutes every day:

  • YOU FEEL HAPPIER!
  • Reduce the risk of heart disease by 35%
  • Reduce blood pressure
  • Help maintain a healthy weight
  • Reduce blood cholesterol
  • Prevent and manage diabetes
  • Prevent or improve symptoms of depression
  • Boost brain health and the risk of Dementia or Alzheimers

Ready to get that healthy body of yours moving? This workout is suitable to absolutely any fitness level, whether you’re just starting out, already a fitness pro, or even pregnant like Libby was when we filmed this!

It’s an all sweat, no tears experience, so press play and make your heart happy ☺

Looking for more workouts to try at home? Check out our blog or sign up to our online program Totally BUF for ideas, inspiration and guidance!

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