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Bored With Exercise? Here Are Six Ways To Energize Your Efforts

With all the hype about the newest exercise fads, regimens, and equipment, how do we know what to choose? Do we lift weights, focus on cardio, practice yoga, or swing kettle balls three times a week? Through decades of various workout routines and exercise programs, I've found that the best solution is to do whatever works best for your body. Keep in mind that each of us has a unique body structure, metabolism, and balance of fat and muscle.
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