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Movies that make you Move!

In Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Sports on 02/22/2011 at 5:09 pm

Well the Academy awards are finally here! Which as we all know means red carpets, over the top performances, unexpected upsets and…therapeutic stretching and exercise? Okay, so maybe this is all a bit of a stretch (no pun intended).

Many today feel that going to the movies simply means sitting back, relaxing, grabbing a huge bucket of butter laden popcorn, and enjoying the show. But not us! Sure there’s nothing wrong with those things, but MaxWell has Oscars on the brain! And that means that the ever diligent staff at MaxWell Medical, whose goal is to always increase your health and wellness, has been inspired by this year’s nominees for Best Picture to help you out of your seat, move around, and also stay active.

How you may ask? Well this week, once per day, we will be posting a best picture inspired exercise/stretch that you can do almost anywhere, even in the office or at home. Don’t panic though, we promise they are quick and easy to do, and you will feel great afterwards.

So with that in mind the Nominees for Best Picture that we based an exercise on are!…

1.      The Social Network
2.      Black Swan
3.      127 Hours
4.      The Kings Speech
5.      The Fighter

Now keep in mind these techniques may not make you laugh or cry like that all time favorite movie of yours.  But at the end of the day spending a few extra minutes on exercises like these will help you stay healthy, and feel your best. And at MaxWell we feel there is no Award better than that.

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