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Exercise Excuse Busters

By Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, FACSM

Are you one of the many people who makes a New Year's resolution to get more fit and then breaks it by February? You're not alone! From the weather outside to simply not having the time or energy, there are plenty of reasons to skip a workout. What are your exercise obstacles? Are they more obstacles or ... excuses? We've gathered up exercise tips to squash every excuse in the book. Read on and get moving!

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Reviewed 06/13


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