Four Tips To Avoid Being A Seasonal Exerciser

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It’s no secret that there are certain times during the year that people tend to rededicate themselves to fitness. With the motivation of “swim suit season” and “new year’s resolutions,” summertime and the start of each new year tend to get crowded at the gym. But what about fall, when holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas can unintentionally take priority over our healthiest intentions?  Here are 4 tips to help you keep control over your fitness year-round.

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Jody Nelson
Jody Kae Nelson specializes in VO2 Max testing, exercise, nutrition, and wellness. With a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science from Utah Valley University, she brings a wealth of knowledge to KORR. Jody enjoys running, hiking, skiing, and boating and can often be found enjoying the great outdoors of Utah with her husband Trey.
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