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Exercising in the heat can be challenging. Your body starts to sweat to cool down. But if you’re working out and your body stops sweating you may have a more serious problem: heat related illnesses (heat exhaustion or heat stroke).
Change means pushing ourselves beyond our comfort zone and entering into unfamiliar territory. Let’s explore five tools for breaking a major life change down into smaller, more manageable, parts.
If you are looking to keep your midsection tight and toned for the hot months this summer (or all year long, for that matter), here are three great moves to add to your workout routine, along with three moves you should consider ditching.