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  • Marcoguizar - commented on Feb 14, 2014

    This is a great post. Physical fitness is all in your hands. No one has time but he/she has to take out time from busy schedule.

  • Lindsy - commented on Mar 15, 2012

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  • Cooperatedeal - commented on Nov 16, 2011

    Carve out a time that is just for YOU to be active, focus on your goals, reflect through writing, read or do something that relates to your health (physical, emotional, spiritual, etc.) and helps you feel more balanced. This time is precious! Motorcycle Boots

  • Bhusta - commented on Nov 16, 2011

    Don't fret if you feel as though you're not doing enough. Women often have the innate feeling that they're letting someone down. Don't worry if you're not able to spend ten hours a week at the gym or go for a run every morning. All that really matters is that you can commit to improving your health and fitness, and stick to a program. Professionals advise working out three to five times a week in 20-60 minute sessions, but our busy schedules don't always allow this. You can easily become frustrated if you can't meet someone else's ideal. Working out twice a week at twenty minutes per session will put you on the right track.arthritis treatment