We’re really excited about an upcoming partnership between Rodale, (the world leader in health and wellness information, with brands like Prevention, Men’s Health and Runners World) and MSN, one of the world’s largest search engines and purveyors of global news content.  More details to come on that partnership and how Teamworks Fitness will be involved.  

But for today, I got thinking about MSN as a result of a partership meeting at Rodale in NYC yesterday, and I found a great article on 7 key things that exercise does to combat health problems.  You can check the article out here: http://tinyurl.com/2cbvg5p.

 It comes down to a very simple principle.  Take small steps daily toward better health, which add up to real successes over time.  Do something different today.  Walk more, swap a piece of fruit for chips, take some deep breaths and release stress, stand up at your desk every 30 minutes and reset yourself, laugh, cry, give someone a compliment, practice service and gratitude.  Anything helps, just as long as you do it:)

Consider taking care of yourself…you are worth it!

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