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According to a study published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, people working out in a group lowered stress and significantly improved quality of life, compared to those who exercised individually. Those participating in group exercise spent 30 minutes at least once a week in a core strengthening and functional fitness training program. At the end of 12 weeks, their mental, physical, and emotional scores improved significantly. They also reported a 26.2 percent reduction in perceived stress levels. By comparison, solitary exercisers worked out twice as long, and saw no significant changes, except in mental quality of life (11 percent increase). “The communal benefits of coming together with friends and colleagues, and doing something difficult, while encouraging one another, pays dividends beyond exercising alone,” concludes Dayna Yorks, DO, lead researcher on this study.