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Keeping Fit Over the Holidays

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By Nancy Gottesman


Amid parties and presents, decorating and travel, and the general holiday hubbub, finding time to exercise can be a real challenge. "Exercise requires discipline, and it can be difficult to hold strong with so many holiday celebrations and obligations," notes Jenny Breuer, director of the fitness and wellness programs at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. What's more, "the notion that the holidays are a time of rest, relaxation and celebration tends to give people an excuse to break from their normal routine," adds Breuer. 



To make matters worse, 'tis the season when you're likely to indulge in eggnog, latkes, Christmas cookies and a dozen other high-calorie goodies that you don't usually consume during the rest of the year.
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