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ALBUQUERQUE – To support the thousands of New Mexico families staying home to reduce the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, Albuquerque-based Group HIIT today announced it is offering free 60-day subscriptions to its fitness website to help New Mexicans stay active during the pandemic.  Group HIIT co-owner Marlena Shirley said new users will have unlimited access to an online library of more than 300 workouts, including yoga and day-by-day programs designed for individuals, families and children. The workouts require little to no equipment so families can get started immediately, right from home.  “At a time when anxieties are high and families are being told to stay home, we can offer some relief by keeping people active,” Shirley said. “It’s no secret that exercise contributes to improved physical and emotional well-being.” Since its launch in 2015, Group HIIT has amassed a growing global audience with website members as well as YouTube subscribers. To date Group HIIT’s YouTube channel has more than 167,000 subscribers, and users complete more than 1.9 million minutes of Group HIIT workouts every month. To stem the person-to-person spread of COVID-19, federal, state and local officials have implemented social distancing policies and guidelines. Last week, New Mexico Gov. Michelle...

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