Women's Heart Advisor April 2007 Issue

Exercise for Women Who Hate to Exercise

Working more movement into your day, such as walking a dog or playing tennis, can help your heart and reduce your waistline.

To prevent heart disease or reduce its complications, you need to exercise. But if the thought of lifting weights in a sweaty gym or running in the hot sun leaves you repulsed, maybe you need to rethink what you consider exercise, or why you need it.

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