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10/31/11 8:38 P

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Good advice

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10/31/11 1:16 P

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Sometimes I actually will do more than I planned once I get started. Or adding another 15 min whenever I can later in the evening can also work. Good reminder!

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IAMWINNING Posts: 12,650
10/31/11 11:30 A

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That should help us when we feel too rushed, tired, whatever, to do 30 straight minutes of something! Thanks for the reminder.

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10/31/11 8:50 A

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This is so true! Thank you Bernadette.

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This was one of the articles in my Sparkmail this morning and I wanted to share it with you in case you had not had a chance to read it before. It makes so much sense and I hope you'll find it helpful.
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ANOTHER FITNESS MYTH DEBUNKED

Somewhere along your journey to fitness, whether in the gym, reading the latest books, or talking with your friends, you'll hear a lot of advice about exercise--not all of which is true.

Fitness Myth
If you can't exercise hard and often, there's really no point.

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Even moderate activity is shown to reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke. If you don't have 30 minutes in your day to exercise, try splitting it up into 10-minute segments instead. Everyone can find 10 minutes to spare sometime during the day! There are simple things you can do to increase your activity without having to go to the gym: take the stairs instead of the elevator, jump rope or do body weight exercises (push ups, crunches) at commercial breaks, take a short walk after lunch. Remember that any exercise is better than none!

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