Meagan Kline

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Meagan Kline is an exercise physiologist at the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. She received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Utah and recently finished her Master of Exercise Science at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Her areas of focus and guidance have been with cardiac and pulmonary patients, as well as pediatric cancer survivors.

How to Get Started with Your Own Exercise Plan

By Meagan Kline
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One of the most frequent questions I get asked when as I work with patients to set up an exercise plan is "How do I get started?" Here are some helpful tips I've given to the 15 Utah moms competing in the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute's My Heart Challenge: Moms Edition that will help you get FITT!

Four Weight-training Exercises to Build Bone Density, Increase Muscle Strength, and Increase Cardio

By Meagan Kline
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Bone loss begins happening in women at age 20. Between the ages of 20 and 80, women can lose up to 1/3 of the bone mineral density in the hip. As our group of 15 Utah moms compete in the My Heart Challenge: Moms Edition, here are four exercises you can do at home to help building muscle strength, increase bone density and improve your cardio workout.