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Recharge Your PWR With This Active Recovery Session From Kelsey Wells

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Recharge Your PWR With This Active Recovery Session From Kelsey Wells
Kelsey wells active recovery

If there's a trainer who knows how to step into her PWR, it's Kelsey Wells. The creator of nine Sweat programs has been helping women around the world achieve their health and fitness goals with Sweat since 2017 and mindful movement is something she's especially passionate about. 

As part of week three of our National Fitness Month celebrations we're focusing on all things mind, because we know that how you feel is just as important to your overall health and wellbeing as your workout schedule. To mark week three we encouraged you to practice self-care and prioritise the activities that make you feel your best with a free active recovery workout from Kelsey for you to try.

One of our favourite things about fitness is the powerful mind-body connection you can forge through moving your body in ways you love, so we hope you enjoy this session with Kelsey!

Try Kelsey's Recharge Your Power Active Recovery Session 

Active Recovery 6 Exercises

1. Lower Back

60 SECS 30 Per Side


2. Adductors

120 SECS


3. Glutes

120 SECS 60 Per Side


4. Calves & Hamstrings

120 SECS 60 Per Side


5. Hip Flexor & Quad

120 SECS 60 Per Side


6. Calves & Hamstrings

60 SECS


Celebrate National Fitness Month with Sweat

Make sure you keep an eye on our blog and follow Sweat on Instagram throughout National Fitness Month! We'll be dropping free workouts, tips, tricks and trainer talks to help keep you moving and motivated.

* Disclaimer: This blog post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. Sweat assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article.

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