Lacking Time? Here’s How to Sneak More Fitness into Your Day

Time is often listed as the most significant barrier to being physically active. Between work, time with family and friends, having a social life, maintaining a house, and everything in between, finding time to be active can be extremely difficult. However, if you’re resourceful, you can find nontraditional ways to incorporate more fitness into your daily routine, without a visit to the gym.

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Walk your way to health.

Walking is a great way to start on your path to becoming more physically active. It’s free and can be easily incorporated into your daily routine.

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Focus on Physical Activity

Flowers are blooming, and the days are growing longer. Spring is officially in the air! Now is the perfect time to improve your health with physical activity. From reducing your risk for chronic disease to improving your moods, being more physically active can have some big health benefits.

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Stay Awesome This Autumn

From the onset of cooler weather to busy fall schedules to the disappearance of roadside stands bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables, the end of summer poses obstacles for continuing healthy practices that can help prevent and fight cancer. But fall in the state of Delaware actually offers a “bountiful crop” of opportunities for people all ages to keep up regular and healthy nutritional habits.

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Three Ways to Get Healthy and Active

You’ve made the commitment to get fit and live a healthier life. Now what? Aside from adjusting your diet to include more nutritious food and less junk, the key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is sticking to a regimented exercise routine.

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Taking the First Step to Get Fit and Healthy

Sure, you know that being overweight can make day-to-day activities difficult. But how much do you know about the negative health consequences that arise from obesity? Being overweight puts you at an increased risk for some pretty serious diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. Even certain cancers have been linked to obesity.

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