You made the New Year's resolution to hit the gym. You've gone there once. You're already having a hard time staying motivated to keep working out. It would be a lot easier if you could get paid to exercise, wouldn't it? You're in luck!
If you've made some New Year's resolutions and plan to follow through with them, good for you. I truly hope you succeed. If you're not quite as confident about making any sweeping changes in your life just yet, I wouldn't worry about it.
It happens to me every year. I throw myself wholeheartedly into the build-up to Christmas: the Advent church services, the decorations everywhere, the heavenly holiday foods, even shopping for presents, and, of course, the Christmas music. But on December 26th, I get the dreaded post-Christmas blues.
I've been hearing and reading a lot lately about the dangers of sitting too much. A 2016 study reported that the average American sits for nine to 13 hours per day. Not only can a sedentary lifestyle lead to chronic back pain, but also an increased risk of cardiovascular problems and even cancer. The bottom…