Why You Shouldn't Skip a Workout

When You're Feeling Fatigued 1 of 5

It was a long day at work and a long drive home, and the last thing you want to do is get back in the car and drive to the gym. Eating mac and cheese in front of 'Wheel of Fortune' just sounds so much more appealing. Sound about right?

If you're sitting for most of your day, you're going to feel tired regardless. That fatigued feeling is probably your body telling you that you need to get up and move. Make it habit to exercise before you sit down and relax for the night. Rest days are important too, but don't use the "I'm tired" excuse everyday.

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