Do you know how much time you really spend exercising?
When I was in grade school, I had a five-mile uphill walk to and from school, and it was always during a blizzard. Yeah, there were blizzards in May too.
Don't believe me? Well, that's certainly what it felt like.
Do you know anyone who has a tendency to exaggerate? Well, you might be surprised to find out that you could be one of those people too. A study published in the January issue of the journal Medicine & Science in Sports Medicine found that both men and women overstated the time they spent on moderate exercise by nearly an hour.
That's a large difference. And the study participants were given sensors to track their movement, so they knew the study was not based on their estimations alone. [Best Fitness Trackers]
This study begs the question: Are we lying to ourselves about our own fitness?
It is certainly possible, but how can we know? Here are tips to ensure you're being honest with yourself about following through on your fitness goals:
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