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12 tips worth repeating

12 tips worth repeating

Dec. 4, 2012
 
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Sometimes you hear a mantra or a wellness tip and it just sticks and helps people to focus on a new healthy habit. We offer some great tips shared in 12 For ’12 this year. Here’s hoping one of them will stick for you:

●Just doing 10 minutes of exercise at a time counts. Break up your cardio time into chunks of time if needed.

●Make time to plans your meals a week out. Stick to your shopping list.

●Working out with a partner or two helps keep you accountable.

●Moderate intensity means you are not breathing too hard to talk, but you can’t sing.

●Be active during work breaks or after school with children.

●Choose lower-calorie options on menus.

●Go to bed 30 minutes earlier. Unwind first with stretching, reading or quiet meditation.

●Pick out music, crank it up and then dance away.

●Alter your calorie intake daily to keep your body guessing to push past the weight loss plateau.

●If you have been doing low impact aerobics, kick up the intensity a notch.

●Eat more whole, unprocessed foods.

●Understand your family history of disease.

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