Take the Challenge This Holiday Season

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With the cold and shorter days and holiday festivities, it’s easy to fall off the exercise bandwagon. Add to that the unbelievable amounts of rich, sweet, fatty foods and you have the perfect storm of fitness-undermining elements. You don’t have to fall prey to the rum cake’s call, though. Consider these tips when approaching the holidays.

  1. Don’t overeat. It’s incredibly tempting to have “just one more truffle,” but try to remind yourself of how much exercise you’d need to partake in to burn it off.

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