10 Fitness Tips to Fit Your Schedule
Work in Some Workouts

Work in Some Workouts

Is your idea of exercise a 30-minute sweatfest? Think again. You don’t need to work hard to be active. You can work physical activity into your day in small batches. Every little bit counts. Start with just 5 to 10 minutes a day and work up to more.

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