Celebrity trainer on how to boost your mood and reduce stress

Meghan Trainor shares tips on how to relax and help reduce stress, especially after a challenging year.
2:34 | 04/16/21

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We are back now with the celebrity motivator and fitness trainer with a perfect prescription for these challenging times. Her moves for destressing. All of us could use some of that right about now. Take a look. I think it's so important to bring awareness to stress and the feelings that we go through every day, because let's face it, we all are going through something we've never gone through this past year. There are so many different kinds of stress, you're at your desk, if you're a working mom from home, wherever it might be, you definitely feel stress in your neck, and of course, that is a part of your spine. You can hold stress in your forehead, and you can get these splitting headaches. You tense your eyes, your forehead, you squeeze there, with the Botox, you can't really do that, but that's okay, it's still happening, and you're squeezing and you're holding it in your face. Don't let the basket you The importance of moment, I say it every single day, if you can just do five minutes, I just believe that fitness shouldn't be viewed as a punishment. We are going to have some fun for the next 45 minutes. I want you to get your mind right, get it tight. It should be viewed as a reward for yourself, as a gift, and an opportunity for you to take care of yourself. It should be part of your lifestyle. If you just get started, you will thank your body in more ways than one. Not only physically, you'll notice a difference, but inside, you're going to feel it. If you love music, find a song that just, it's your like walkout song. We know you're about to step into the arena and it's your introduction song, the more movement that you're doing within your body, the more oxygen that's pumping, the more blood that's pumping, and it gives you those good feeling endorphins literally right away. If you can stand up and you can move your legs, that is a gift. So never take that for granted. Some days you're going to show up and you're going to be a rock star, and other days you're going to show up and you're going to be tired or stressed, but the fact that you showed up is an absolute reward and something that you should not overlook. The walkout song. She said you should have a walkout song. The song you run to? There's a lot of them. I don't know. "Welcome to the jungle." Yeah. That's a good one. I love it. You don't have a song you love? Oh, yeah. My walkout song would be aloe blacc, "I'm the man." That's not shocking. Obvious. I thought we knew this, right? Now we all do. Now America does.

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