Thinking of starting a new exercise routine? Or maybe want to kick up your results a notch? Whether you're someone who lives at the gym or someone who has clothes hanging on their elliptical, it's a great time of year to re-evaluate your routines.
Just click the link at the top of this post when it's time and submit your questions or just follow along!
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Join Us! Ask Our Experts: Shaking Up Your Fitness Routine<b>Thinking of starting a new exercise routine? Or maybe want to kick up your results a notch? Whether you're someone who lives at the gym or someone who has clothes hanging on their elliptical, it's a great time of year to re-evaluate your routines.</b><br /><br /> Join fitness experts, <a href="http://answers.webmd.com/expert/50124/dan-jaris-health-coach-webmd">Dan Jaris, ACSM Certified Health and Fitness Specialist</a> , and <a href="http://www.webmd.com/richard-weil">Rich Weil, MEd, CDE</a> , for a live chat on <b>Thursday</b>,<b> January 23rd</b>, at<b> noon ET</b>, for some guidance on the safest and most effective ways to shake things up.<br /><br />Just click the link at the top of this post when it's time and submit your questions or just follow along!<br /><br /><br />-Atti
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