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Getting motivated to exercise


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Sometimes it’s hard to get motivated to exercise.  Hard.  What with the winter weather being cold and rainy much of the time, it can be really hard to get up and get going. 

So, here are some practical tips to assist in getting a little exercise more regularly:

1) Set some goals.  Do you want to get in an extra 15 minutes of exercise per day?  You can do it.  Find activities that you like to do.  Do you like to walk?  run?  bike?  Why not set a goal to walk or run a 5k?  Train for a half-marathon? a triathlon?  Decide what it is you want to do, and start setting some goals.  

2) Get a schedule.  If you’re like me, you need to write it down.  If it doesn’t get scheduled, it doesn’t get done.

3) Get a workout partner, if practical.  It’s good to have someone that counts on you to be there.  Whether it’s weekly Zumba class at the gym…

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Dr Dubois

SwissChiropractic Clinique

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Dr Dubois, DC, CCSP Dr. Dubois, a Swiss physician, and a Triangle Certified Sport Chiropractor has over 20 years of experience in the treatment and prevention of disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Amongst his patients, two world champions in martial arts (gold medalists in 2005 WMJA), one carrier of the Olympic flame in 2004, and numerous soccer players, swimmers and athletes of all levels who benefited from his chiropractic care.

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