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You don't need a gym membership or fancy equipment to enjoy the benefits of physical activity. You can get plenty in and around your home. Dancing, jogging, walking, climbing stairs, gardening, playing with the kids, and exercise videos are just some ways to be physically active.

Regular physical activity can benefit your physical, mental, and social health, and prevent or improve many chronic conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, depression, and some cancers.

Here are a few videos led by physical therapists to help you move more.

Video Exercise Programs for a General Audience

For personalized care or help to achieve your goals for physical fitness, talk to a physical therapist.

Physical therapists are movement experts. They improve quality of life through hands-on care, patient education, and prescribed movement. You can contact a physical therapist directly for an evaluation. To find a physical therapist in your area, visit Find a PT.

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