Laughter Is Good For The Heart

Sue and Yash from Healthy Lombard Sponsor Health Track Sports Wellness asks,  “Did you know that laughter is good for your heart and helps promote the healthy function of blood vessels?”

The Maryland School of Medicine study showed that laughter is linked to the healthy function of blood vessels. It found that laughter increases blood flow, while stress has the opposite effect, reducing blood flow.

Just another reason to keep it light, live in the present moment, and appreciate the life you have. Lamenting and worrying about things that cannot be or haven’t happened isn’t worth it. We’ve heard this before and we will continue to hear it, so within your own power, live life as it comes and laugh all the way to satisfaction.

Upcoming events at HTSW include:

NEW! $30 Pilates Reformer Seminars on April 14th from 12-1:15pm or 1:30-2:45pm AND April 21st, 12-1:15pm or 1:30-2:45pm. Sign up at the registration desk or call 630-414-7807. Maximum is 4.

▪ Country Line Dancing on Friday, April 13th at 7:15pm. Bring a friend for FREE!

▪ Group Fitness Studio 2 Renovations begin Monday, April 9th. There are 6 CANCELLED classes including: Monday, 8am Sculpt+; Tuesday, 9:30am Yoga Sculpt; Wednesday, 1pm Yoga Restore; Thursday, 8:30am Yoga I/II; Thursday, 6:30pm Power Vinyasa and Friday, 1pm Yoga I. The Saturday, 10am Yoga has CHANGED TIME to 10:30am. ALL other Classes have been RELOCATED to Studio 3, the Gym and Conference Room. See Schedule at HTSW for Class Location.

▪ Stop by our Vendor Fair on Saturday, April 21st from 9am-12pm.

NEW!!! The First Degree Fitness Upper Body Cycling/Ergometer engages virtually every muscle group and the workout targets strength, endurance, intensity, stability, flexibility and balance. This inclusive training device allows both disabled and non-disabled users to benefit from a cardio and resistance based workout. It provides total body reconditioning and rapid recovery progression. Check it out when you are here next.

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