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Fit Tip: It's Not "All or Nothing"

Fit Tip: It's Not "All or Nothing"

It's New Year's Resolution time, and for many of you, "getting fit" tops your list. It may be frustrating if you want to start a consistent exercise routine, but realistically know you don't have much time to cram those much needed workouts into your schedule. So you may say, "Well, just forget it. If I can't run three times a week, I won't run at all."

When it comes to working out, don't take the "all or nothing" approach. So what if you only have 10 minutes a day to devote to exercising? Start with that because every little bit of time helps. A little goes a long way, so do what you can and your body will benefit. Plus you'll feel proud that you made the effort to move instead of using the extra time to sit on your bum. Remember, short bursts of exercise are beneficial. Next time, take the stairs.

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