Exercise with the right motivations for success, RD says

12/3/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Willpower is a limited resource, and some researchers suggest that people who exercise to lose weight, rather than for internal reasons, such as to relieve stress, expend more willpower reserves, registered dietitian Melinda Johnson writes. She argues that finding an internal motivation, including exercising to boost confidence, is important to sticking to a workout plan.

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