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Too Busy to Work Out? Get Creative!

Published August 26, 2018

The arrival of spring and summer bring with it―at last!―sunshine, warm weather, and fresh air. And, it seems, an accelerated social life. Summer is a time for backyard barbecues, picnics, and potluck patio parties. What’s more, you may have seasonal chores, such as working in the yard and getting ready to go on vacation. If you’re working, your overall workload can nearly double, which means less time to fit in your regular workouts. Do you know that regular exercise isn’t needed for your body alone? If you skip exercise for just a short time, it reduces blood flow to the hippocampus in the brain, which is the area needed for learning and memory. Exercise helps you prevent depression, increase productivity, and feel better mentally, emotionally, and physically. But if you’re too busy to stick to your regular exercise regimen, there are ways to keep yourself motivated and incorporate movement and calorie reduction into your everyday life. Read more…

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