Monday, December 26, 2011

About Exercise: Got a Food Hangover?

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From Paige Waehner, your Guide to Exercise

And just like that, Christmas is over. Even worse this year, the day after Christmas falls on a Monday. That just seems wrong, doesn't it? You may be suffering from a food hangover today and, if that's the case, I've got some ideas for what you can do about it. If you're back at work and suffering from a food hangover, I'm afraid there's not much I can do for you. My sympathies.

Dealing With a Food Hangover

It's hard to believe you could ever be hungry again after having a huge meal, the kind of meals we usually have this time of year. In fact, overeating can lead to all kinds of machinations in an attempt to undo the damage...Read more

Keep Exercising When It's Cold

It's time for our annual topic - How to exercise when your electric blanket is holding you hostage. Important Note: You cannot negotiate with your electric blanket. In fact, any attempt to negotiate will cause instant harm to the hostage... Read more

Exercise of the Week: You Pick

What does your body need right now? That's a question a lot of us probably don't ask very often, but it's a good question. What you need right now depends on where you are in this holiday season...Read More

Vote: Do you use exercise to deal with stress?

Stress relief comes in many forms, but we often gravitate to the not-so-good options when we're really tense. Take one reader who emailed me recently, wondering if I had any tips to help her stop stress-eating...Read more


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