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Fitness Deadline? Don’t Wreck Yourself

Ask me. Ask Ryan. Ask anyone who’s plunged headfirst into a new exercise routine: the odds of injuring yourself or getting sick right after you hit the ground running are HIGH.

Better, it proves, to hit the ground strolling.

Maybe you’re training for a triathlon or other athletic event. Or the terror of unpacking last year’s bikini just sent you tearing into the gym.

Whatever your frenzied fitness ambition, pause.

In my first guest post at MizFit’s blog (yeah!), I pinpoint 3 reasons why taking a measured approach to exercise is hard.

The reasons are legit, and thank goodness, because I was beginning to question my maturity level. (Doesn’t *everyone* know that slow and steady wins the race?)

Yes, starting your new exercise routine slowly will win you license to wear skimpy swimsuits 10 times faster than full-speed-ahead. So, my gift to you: a handful of speed bumps. Read them now on MizFit’s blog.

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