By Perrie Samotin, StyleCaster
people celebrating a holidayThanksgiving is a few weeks away, which marks the official kickoff to holiday season. Between family gatherings, office parties, and crazy-big dinners, the period between Thanksgiving and New Years Eve is undoubtedly festive, but it's also a time of severe overindulgence with an endless flow of cocktails, sweets, and decadent meals.
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"We all get caught up on the fun and frenzy of the holiday season," says Mike Giliotti, New York Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. "Suddenly you find that managing your weight and sticking to your exercise program easily slides down to the bottom of your priorities," he said. "With one celebration after another, we aren't left with much downtime, which can really take a toll on our fitness." However, with a few easy tips, holiday weight gain doesn't have to be an annual ritual.
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