The Psychology of Exercise and How to Stay Motivated

According to Statista, the U.S. fitness and health business is an $80 billion dollar industry. With so many fitness resources available, how is it still so hard to stay motivated to exercise? We chatted with clinical psychologist Dr. Kim Chronister who breaks down the psychology of exercise motivation. Make sure you stick around for her tips on how to pick the exercise program that will maximize your success.

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