It's tough to remain fit during the holidays. You're inundated by delicious desserts, eggnog spiked with robust bourbon and other treats.
The sun goes down sooner and the parties run later. According to the American Heart Association, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day can cause more than a pound of weight gain and a 20 percent loss in cardiovascular endurance. If you're on the road visiting family or staying put hosting guests, time flies, and before you know it, a rest day becomes a month of no workouts.
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