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  1. Top 6 Exercise Excuses and How to Beat Them

    What’s keeping you from working out? Whether it’s too little time, not enough energy, or just hating to exercise, there's a solution. Get ready to get motivated. "How much television do you watch?" asks Walter Thompson, PhD, professor of kinesiology and health at Georgia State University. During you

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  2. Can't Do Yoga? Think Again

    Yoga is often associated with a Jennifer Aniston type, who can twist her lithe body into a gravity-defying pretzel. So even with its increasing popularity, yoga can be daunting to those who aren't already bendy and buff. But men and women of all shapes, sizes, and abilities can do yoga and benefit f

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  3. Madonna's Fitness After 50

    Madonna, 53, is always fabulously fit. How does she do it, and what does it take to be so fit after 50? WebMD asked celebrity fitness trainer Gunnar Peterson. He hasn't trained Madonna, but he has worked with over-50 and under-50 stars, including Jennifer Lopez, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, and

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  4. Managing Sore Muscles and Joint Pain

    You work hard all week, so when the weekend finally rolls around you want to play just as hard. There's nothing like a few rounds of golf, a hike in the mountains, or an intense workout at the gym to reinvigorate you. But all of that activity can result in soreness and stiffness that shows up a day

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  5. Getting in Shape With Baby on Board

    After having a baby, you might wonder what’s realistic for getting back in shape. How soon can you exercise and how much can you do to safely lose the weight before junior starts pre-school? The answer: One size does not fit all. Robert O. Atlas, MD, OB/GYN, at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore says

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  6. Turn Your Walk into a Workout

    Walking while listening to podcasts and audiobooks made it easy for Janet Zinn to stick to her daily exercise program. "I walk at least three miles, sometimes six or 10," Zinn, 51, says. After a year of regular walking, Zinn dropped more than 60 pounds. She's kept it off for eight months and continu

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  7. How Mad Men's Christina Hendricks Keeps Fit

    How does the curvy glamour-puss secretary from Mad Men keep her famous shape in shape? She works out with her husband! It takes two to tango, and two to hit the treadmill and get the heart rate up -- in actress Christina Hendricks' world anyway. Best known as Joan in the hit AMC series Mad Men, Hend

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  8. The Truth About Toning Shoes

    Can a pair of shoes help you burn more calories, tone your butt, banish cottage cheese thighs, and curb joint pain? The answer depends largely on who you ask. Rocker sole shoes started as more of a specialty shoe for people with diabetes or ankle problems, but they are increasingly marketed as tonin

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  9. The Butt Workout: Exercises to Sculpt a Better Backside

    All women want it: That shapely, sculpted, and defined butt we see in the magazine ads for cellulite cream. Closets full of skinny jeans and miniskirts have us focused more than ever on lifting, tightening, and shaping our behinds. "It's beautiful to be symmetrical," says Pilates guru Siri Dharma Ga

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  10. CrossFit Review

    Michael R. Esco, PhD, CSCS, HFS, reviews the CrossFit workout.

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