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  1. Make Time for Fitness
  1. Fitness Goals Provide Motivation

    Whether you want to run a marathon or just start exercising regularly, having a goal is an important tool.

  2. Getting Back on the Workout Wagon

    For many of us, getting regular exercise is challenging enough. But it can be even tougher when you've taken off a month or more.

  3. How and Why to Keep a Training Log

    A training log helps you organize and save information about your exercise routine so you can work toward your important goals.

  4. Interval Training Can Spice Up a Workout

    Interval training alternates short bursts of intense activity with periods of "active recovery," which means more moderate forms of that same activity.

  5. Putting the 'Fun' Back Into Fitness

    Start thinking of fitness as fun. If it's something you want to do, then you'll figure out ways to find time for it.

  6. Rev Up Your Walking Workout

    To make walking something you can look forward to each day, add the ingredients that appeal to you personally.

  7. You Can Be Your Own Fitness Coach

    If you don’t have the time or money to meet with a trainer, just hire yourself to get the job done.

  8. Your Personal Rx for Exercise Success

    Like your signature, the exercise routine you prefer is individual. If you’re outgoing, for example, working out in a group situation could be what keeps you coming back for more. A more reserved person, however, might do better exercising solo.

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