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The Science-Backed Way to Get Your Exercise Motivation Back

Your workouts might look and feel a bit different — but that’s okay

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TTwo months ago, I hopped on the New Year’s resolution bandwagon and set a goal of getting back into shape. I signed up for a month of unlimited yoga classes and started cycling again.




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Danielle Kosecki

Danielle Kosecki

Former magazine editor and current freelance reporter who spends way too much time on PubMed. Let’s hang out: @dkos07. (she/her)

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