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JAN-FEB 2019

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 | COBB LIFE 31 Window Cleaning • Pressure Washing • Chandeliers • Gutter Cleaning 404.542.2716 Licensed • Bonded • Insured 10% OFF through Winter (January through March 1st) week and, for me, it is not only a great workout, but it is also a quiet time for my body and mind. You truly have to focus on each body part you are working on at that moment." She added that although she gets her cardio workouts from other exercise, Pure Barre-West Cobb does offer several different types of classes, and some include cardio as well. Barre, Bungee … how about yoga? Even better … feel the heat with hot yoga! Located at 3655 Cherokee Street, Hot Yoga Kennesaw offers clients an exercise that every- one can do at their own pace, according to owner, Earl Hightower. "Everyone can do this as we offer multi-level classes," he explained. "We have 80-year-old clients and triathletes." Hightower said Hot Yoga Kennesaw is not as "radical" as the well-known Bikram Yoga. He explained that his studio offers graduating temperatures that are typically around 95 degrees (this temperature is modified with the seasons). However, if you are looking for a hot series, they offer that as well, with temperatures set at 105 degrees. Not into heat? Regular yoga is also available. e benefits of yoga are much like those of other workouts, but according to Hightower, yoga is also mentally rewarding. "You learn to breathe properly through yoga," he said. "It helps you to think clearly, learn to calm yourself and helps get more oxygen through your bloodstream." While there are numerous options available in Cobb County, we hope these ideas help get you motivated to find the perfect exercise studio for you in 2019. And remember, doing anything – something – burns that holiday weight more than sitting on the couch.

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