By Keri Gans, MS, RD, CDN
Author of The Small Change Diet
The winter months divide us into two types of people: the fit and the unfit. Fit people keep moving no matter what. They don't use the dreary cold months to deter them from reaching their health goals. Unfit people make excuses, so they can spend more time indoors on the couch. But even a person who claims to be totally uninterested in exercising can find something that excites them enough to get moving.
Exercise must not be looked at as a chore, because in reality it should be something that makes you feel good before, during, and afterward. Secondly, we need to stop finding the time for exercise, but rather MAKE time for it. It starts with small changes. Presently, if you are doing absolutely nothing then 15 minutes of something is worthwhile. Don't be fooled into thinking that unless you're breaking a sweat and hurting later that your exercise didn't make a difference. Anything is better nothing, and hopefullyRead More »from No Excuses: 5 Ways to Get Fit for Spring