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When you secretly (or not so secretly) hate going to the gym, getting your health where you want it to be can be a serious obstacle. It’s really hard to get the recommended more than two hours a week when you hate every minute of it. And putting in extra hours to get added weight off? Forget about it.

If good health and consistent exercise are things on your agenda that have been escaping you for too long, it might be time to change the way you look at working out. There’s a way to look forward to getting a workout in most days of the week.

And it’s not all about focusing on the positive. Work out the right way and you can trick your brain into loving it when you work up a sweat.


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Get An Exercise High

Don’t stop your daily cardio until you feel that runner’s high that people are always talking about.

Those endorphins not only feel great, but they’re also addictive. Give yourself a daily dose and you’ll soon be craving it enough to make going to the gym a serious habit.

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