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    Even during the holidays, you can pursue fitness goals. In fact, as I've talked about before, it may be especially useful to have fitness goals during the holidays as a way of staving off the weight gain and general laziness that affect so many of us between Thanksgiving and New Year's. "But it's so...
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    Do you dread the holiday season for what it does to your waistline? Do you wake up in January overweight and out of shape? Well, no more! You can enjoy your holidays, eat plenty of good food, and come out the other side fitter than you are now. Last year I wrote a column about taking the holiday focus...
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    Will you be fitter on this date in 2012? It doesn't have to be guesswork. Even if it's never worked for you before, you can plan your fitness and then carry out that plan over the next 12 months. In my experience, making that happen is a lot less about the specific fitness plan, and a lot more about...
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