WARM UP: Baptist Health South Florida Community Exercise Instructor Faby Yasky shows five different simple exercises to help folks get healthy in the New Year on Monday January 12, 2015. Here Faby shows the Warm-up and stretching portion of her workouts, where you start by mimicking what your eventual workout will be.
WARM UP: Baptist Health South Florida Community Exercise Instructor Faby Yasky shows five different simple exercises to help folks get healthy in the New Year on Monday January 12, 2015. Here Faby shows the Warm-up and stretching portion of her workouts, where you start by mimicking what your eventual workout will be. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
WARM UP: Baptist Health South Florida Community Exercise Instructor Faby Yasky shows five different simple exercises to help folks get healthy in the New Year on Monday January 12, 2015. Here Faby shows the Warm-up and stretching portion of her workouts, where you start by mimicking what your eventual workout will be. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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