Fitness expert offers individualized exercise strategies, tips for success

As the fitness supervisor at TriHealth's Fitness and Health Pavilion, Amy Hilderbran knows not everyone looks forward to exercise — but she says she hasn't met someone yet who claims they don't feel better after working out.

“You might be a little bit sore. But emotionally and mentally, you feel better. The endorphins are firing, you’re able to move more fluidly. And that’s why we keep doing it. That’s why people keep coming back,” she says in this episode of the Getting Health Care…

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