The Middle Priority: Why Being Flexible with Exercise Plans Can Help You Better Sustain a Physically Active Life

The Middle Priority: Why Being Flexible with Exercise Plans Can Help You Better Sustain a Physically Active Life

by Dr. Michelle Segar and Dr. Jennifer Taber (This article was originally published on Global Thrive.) The message about exercise that women regularly get (from doctors, the media, friends and family) is prescriptive: we must make exercise a top priority because our...
Why You Should Stop Exercising to Lose Weight

Why You Should Stop Exercising to Lose Weight

This was originally posted on U.S. News & World Report’s website. If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Exercising for the primary goal of losing weight will not help most people stick with exercise over time. It may get you to...
Why Exercise Is Just Like Sex

Why Exercise Is Just Like Sex

Nobody looks forward to the same old boring meal every day or a night of bad sex. Most of us take these uncomfortable moments as one-offs and course correct for fun and variety as quickly as possible. Or we simply stop desiring it. Yet far too many people still think...

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