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Stronger Monday: Pumpkin Iron

Good news: all you need is frequent exercise to maintain muscle strength and mass. At any age. So today's Way comes with a simple, seasonal one-minute Way to increase your biceps strength.
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Living Room Aerobics: Deck Dips

Great for your triceps, shoulder and core muscles. In between your five-minute stretches of walking or running in place on your step deck. A simple, cheap and tiny object that lets you exercise aerobically in a few square feet. C'mon, sweat a little.
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Living Room Aerobics: Mountain Climbing

Press Play to see how you can use a Step Deck or Balance Board for an aerobic exercise that strengthens every muscle in your body. Like you're scrambling up a really steep slope, with your hands on the ground. And the ground's moving.
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Living Room Aerobics: Walking Push Ups

Great for all your upper body and core muscles. In between your five-minute stretches of walking or running in place on your step deck. A simple, cheap and tiny object that lets you exercise aerobically in a few square feet. C'mon, sweat a little.
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Living Room Aerobics: Jogging in place

Your place. A nice 30-minute jog in 3 square feet. Actual aerobic exercise. You get your heart rate up. You breathe hard. You sweat. You burn calories. You improve your cardiorespiratory fitness. Look ma, no treadmill. Step on it.
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Living Room Aerobics: Walking in place

Your place. A brisk 30-minute walk in 3 square feet. Actual aerobic exercise. You get your heart rate up. You breathe hard. You sweat. You burn calories. You don't need tights or leg warmers. Step on it.
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Walking and Eating, Roman style

Big city. Many Ways to see it. You could walk from church to church. Museum to museum. Or eat your Way from Farmers Market to Farmers Market. They're everywhere. Walk at a moderate pace: 18 miles and 3,000 calories in 9 hours. Some day.
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Living Room Aerobics: The New You Math

The Aerobics Math: How many miles plus how much exercise time subtracts how much belly fat? It's not rocket science, but I think it'll help you make sense of making an aerobic exercise schedule that works for you.
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You Are What You’re Near

If you spend a good amount of time in or near green environments, you're probably healthier than someone who doesn't. If you spend time near water, you're probably happier than someone who doesn't. Here's why.
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