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HIT workouts may boost exercise motivation

In the Journals If exercise motivation is a problem, try high-intensity interval training (HIT), says a study published online Dec. 14, 2016, by PLOS ONE. The researchers found that HIT is more enjoyable than moderate continuous aerobic exercise, and thus may help you stick with your workouts. …

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