Frigid temps, festive food, and too many parties: They can all extinguish your desire to work out. In fact, women are 30 percent less active at this time of year than when the days are long and the temps are balmy, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
But new research on the psychology of motivation suggests that when your drive to sweat is at an all-time low, the fix may be as easy as changing up your approach. And lucky for you, the switches are also crazy simple. Here, the top three tips from expert motivators and fitness gurus to help you keep a hard bod under all those soft sweaters.
Get motivated this winter with these three easy strategies.
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