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Health Tip of the Day

Don't Skip Two Days of Exercise

You're more likely to stick with an exercise program if you avoid taking two consecutive days off, says Utah exercise physiologist Richard Cotton. People who work out three or four times per week are less likely to skip exercising than those who work out one or two times per week.