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How to Motivate Yourself to Exercise When It’s Hot Outside

After suffering through subfreezing temperatures all winter, it might sound silly to complain about hot weather. But just as “it’s too cold” is a common excuse to scrimp on exercise during the winter months, “it’s too hot” is a go-to reason to forgo a workout during the few months that it is actually warm in Montana.

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Summer Running in Missoula: Why Earlier Might be Better

Now that the sun is rising earlier and morning temperatures usually are well above the freezing mark, more and more people are choosing to exercise before work.

Of course, I am not one of them — this is secondhand information that I have gathered from eavesdropping on other people’s conversations.

Luckily,

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How Many Years Can Jogging Add to Your Life?

Want to live longer? Then start jogging. While that might seem like a chore, there’s even better news. You only need to jog a little bit to extend your time on earth.

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How Often Do You Exercise Each Week? — Survey of the Day

According a new survey, the exercise habits of Americans have reminded stable since 2008.

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Could Too Much Exercise Ruin a Woman’s Ability to Get Pregnant?

Trying to get pregnant? New research examining the impact of exercise on fertility indicates something as simple as a brisk daily walk could put you on your way to knitting those baby booties.

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Study: Exercise Improves Survival Rate of Prostate Patients

Regular exercise doesn’t just do wonders for the heart and figure. New research suggests physical activity may be beneficial for those with low-grade prostate cancer.

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Physical Activity Could Help Keep You Mentally Fit

Want to be more productive at work and keep your brain in good shape? Some researchers now say the answer could be as simple as hitting the gym.

 

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Your Walking Speed and Grip Strength May Predict Stroke, Dementia Risks

A new study finds that how fast you can walk and the strength of your hand grip may predict the odds of having a stroke or memory problems later in life.

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Scientists Find that Weight Training Improves Parkinson’s Symptoms

Weight training for two years straight significantly improves motor function for those living with Parkinson’s disease, according to a new report from the American Academy of Neurology.

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Exercise Increasingly Recommended By Doctors, CDC Says

More U.S. physicians are prescribing exercise to patients, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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