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  Millions of people wish to set fitness goals as a part of their New Year resolution or when they feel their body is starting to get out of shape or already is. But how many actually stick to their goals is what matters as very few do. Some of them don’t attempt to follow their goals in first place while others lose their motivation after some time. It turns out coming up with weight loss goals is insufficient for maintaining workout inspiration in the long run. Here are a few things you should add in your life in order...

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  People have a number of reasons or “problems” that prevent them from working out and enjoying a higher level of health with a lower body weight. Here are some of the biggest ones, as well as ways to overcome them: “I don’t have time to work out.” Fitting a workout into your schedule isn’t always easy, but it is one action that can improve your quality of life (and even lengthen it) which makes it worth finding the time. If your days are full, it may be best to exercise in the morning, before anything else can get in...

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  When you get older, it becomes harder to try and find the time to stay in shape. Keeping fit is important for all age groups, as you will find yourself living longer and have more energy to do your favourite activities. Read on to find some pointers on getting fit fast:   Key 1: Eat early Your basal metabolic rate (the number of calories your body burns at rest) is based on things such as your age, height, and body type, so there isn't much you can do to change it. However, there is a lot you can do...

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  Keeping up a good habit is down to willpower. The willpower response is a reaction to an internal conflict. You want to do one thing, such as smoke a cigarette or supersize your lunch, but know you shouldn’t. Or you know you should do something, like file your taxes or go to the gym, but you’d rather do nothing.   We can look at willpower like a muscle. It can get exhausted by overuse, but just like our physical muscles, there are some researchers who believe we might be able to strengthen our willpower by training it.   One...

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