Your heart, your brain – your entire body – benefits from exercise. In this chapter, we’ll bust the exercise myths that hold you back and help you set goals.
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Boost brainpower, melt stress, and more – all with 20 or 30 minutes of daily exercise.
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When the world’s gone mad and stress is bad – exercise! Click here for stress-easing tips.
You’ve heard of runners’ high? It’s the truth – exercise lifts your spirits. Read on to learn more.
Truths & Myths
We’ve all heard it – no pain, no gain. Learn what’s real -- and what’s not -- about exercise.
Most beginners are prone to mistakes. Don’t let them derail your efforts.
Starting your day with exercise sets the day’s pace -- in ways you might not expect.
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When it comes to working out, guys and girls are from different planets. Read about the fitness attitudes of the sexes.