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Fitting in Lunchtime Fitness

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It’s worth setting aside an hour a day for your health!  Incorporating a workout into your lunch hour really doesn’t take much time, but it does take planning. Luckily, Fix.com is here to help with their handy Lunchtime Fitness infographic, which recommends what to pack, what to eat for breakfast and prior to your workout, ideas for running lunches (or runches) and circuit training, and even tips on how to freshen and refuel after exercise.

A quickie lunchtime workout will help put you in a better mood, improve your focus and productivity, and motivate you positively for the rest of your day!

 

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