What’s Your Excuse?

Well, 2013 is gone! Hopefully, you’ve decided that 2014 will be the year that you exercise and get healthy. Why exercise? It’s been proven that exercise is very effective in reducing your risk for chronic diseases: high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes.

Exercising routinely is hard, and we’ve all made excuses for why we can’t exercise: “I don’t have time,” My schedule isn’t flexible,” “Exercising is boring,” — been there, done that!

There are many effective workout routines that will help to combat those excuses. Many of these routines only require a short amount of time; some, less than 10 minutes a day. Surely, you can find 10 minutes! If you can find 30 minutes, that’s even better. Research is showing that we no longer need to spend hours at the gym — works for me. I’ve been finding some great routines on YouTube that are 30 minutes max.

Check out the resources listed below, which can help you to quickly reach your fitness goals:

Now, what is your excuse for not exercising? Certainly, it isn’t time.

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