I got an email from a reader who wanted to know how she could convince her mother-in-law to let her workout over the holidays. As she said, "She gets upset when I want to go for a short run, like I'm ruining the entire day. How can I convince her that it won't take anything away from the family?" The obvious answer, of course, is to get up in the middle of the night, climb out the window and sneak in a run like a teenager sneaking out to go to a party.
Exercise opposition often happens over the holidays and some family members may get upset if you want to spend time exercising. I talk about some ideas for dealing with this (ideas that are a bit more mature than sneaking out the window) in my topic of the week in case you're dealing with the same issue.
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