You Should Exercise Every Single Day — It’s Actually Easier This Way

Daily exercise tests your body, but frees your mind. Photo by Adam Bautz on Flickr

Exactly one year and 12 days ago, I decided to change my sedentary lifestyle into something more sustainable. Life sucks when you’re observing your body slowly shrink into a raisin.

A fitness habit was the obvious choice. I googled fitness programs, and chose one. It was a three-days-a-week type of deal, which sounded great, because who wants to…

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