Adding or changing one behavior at a time is a better path to health and fitness than trying to incorporate diet and exercise strategies all at once, writes Dr. Adam Naylor, a sports psychology expert at Boston University. He recommends keeping a fitness journal, monitoring the effects of changes on a weekly basis and doing an overall evaluation at six to eight weeks.
Make healthy lifestyle changes one at a time, fitness expert says
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