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RKING10 Posts: 152
11/6/13 10:03 A

like they said-2-3 times is enough to keep you on the right track and keep you active. If you wanted to find more ways-it could be more mental than you think. Also-you could make simple swaps so you get exercise places you don't expect to-i.e. parking in the furthest parking spot away, or walking instead of taking a bus, doing desk exercises at work etc

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11/5/13 9:44 P

2-3 times a week is still good because you are trying to stay active! You could also look into a 24 hour gym and go later at night instead of in the morning.

JCWIAKALA Posts: 347
11/5/13 8:23 P

There's no shame in working out 2-3 times a week. Just make sure those workouts count. Focus on total body strength training with intervals of high intensity cardio.

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11/5/13 5:52 P

I am currently working 40 hours a week and getting my master's degree. Before this I was really good at working out at least 5-6 days per week, now I am at 2-3 times. How can I find time without having to workout in the morning (I leave my house by 530)?

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