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1 Putting Fitness All Day Long on Sun Feb 07, 2010 1:21 am

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Putting Fitness First All Day Long
Why should you bother adding a little extra pep to your step? Because random acts of fitness really do add up. You may not think that walking a few extra feet every day is really worth the extra effort, but it really does have a snowball effect, if you keep it up. Focus on the simple stuff, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator or parking farther away from the entrance of the store you’re shopping at.

These tasks are easy to do and are a great way to burn extra calories, without having to drive to the gym. Once you have incorporated these simple ways to put fitness back into your day, branch out and try something more difficult, like walking or riding your bicycle to work. Burn an extra 50 calories here, 100 calories there, and before you know it you’ve earned enough calories to lose those extra five pounds that have taken your love handles captive. Or if you don’t need to lose weight, burn the extra calories so you can have that double fudge caramel swirl ice cream you’ve been craving all week.



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2 Re: Putting Fitness All Day Long on Tue Mar 16, 2010 3:49 am

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There are several ways to get exercise in, even when our schedules become hectic. I try to get my exercise in several times a week, but going up and down the stairs instead of taking the elevator at every time.

3 Re: Putting Fitness All Day Long on Fri May 04, 2012 11:04 pm

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This is a fact that many people tend to ignore. Most people prefer an elevator or taxi to ease their life at work.

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5 Re: Putting Fitness All Day Long on Tue Apr 14, 2015 3:49 am

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When you are trying to build healthy habits, especially if you are going all in, it’s often quite difficult to give yourself permission to “be selfish” when society and your duties tell you “fitness isn't a priority.”

We all say “I’d love to exercise more,” but the reality is this: it’s not what we say is a priority, but rather what we DO that’s the real priority. This is me giving you permission to give yourself permission to be selfish for a month while you’re getting the ball rolling. Because it’s going to be a challenge to bust through bad habits and societal pressures, this might be what you need to finally build that habit.

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