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RESOLUTIONS: Exercising Once A Day Will Bring A Fit New Year [AUDIO]

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ST. CLOUD — Exercise seems to make the top of our New Year’s goals every year, but sticking with it is a challenge.

CentraCare Health Exercise Specialist John Inkster says that exercising once a day can put you in a better mood.

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At least thirty minutes a day is one of the requirements that defines your workout as healthy exercise.

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Inkster says to avoid injuries, ease into an exercise program if you haven’t worked out in a while.

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Walking around your house or the mall is a good substitute if you are not comfortable working out at the gym.

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Inkster says making exercise fun and doing different programs will help you stick with your goal longer. Those who do the same routine every day have a greater chance of losing interest.

Coming up tomorrow (Wednesday) we will have some tips for those of you who have a resolution to save money.

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