Endres tells us, "I can't tell you how many times people tell me they walk for their exercise (and that's it)." She stresses that walking is a great contribution to your overall health.

Doing cardio only

Consistency is extremely important when it comes to working out. Endres recommends 30 minutes of activity each day, stating.

Following an erratic workout schedule

Endres warns of a popular trend that's been going around, stating, "[It] claims you only benefit from workouts that constantly change, and nothing could be further from the truth.

Confusing your muscles by switching up workouts too much

It's imperative to establish the difference between pain that's okay and pain that's bad Endres stresses, which is what she coaches her clients through. 

Pushing through pain

Endres is an advocate for accessory exercises in her clients' fitness routines. Along with strength training movements (like bicep curls and squats), and cardio .

Skipping balance, agility, and mobility work

 Endres assigns exercises that target small muscle groups. This enhances mobility, range of motion, and balance.

"This increases their ability to move in different ways and improves their agility, so my clients can react to sudden challenges in everyday life.

 They work to support the 'big exercises' like squats and pushups, and they get us moving in ways we haven't done in a very long time."

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