This trick helps you work out 15 percent longer without noticing
For most of us, exercise is hard. It’s painful. And it’s generally not much fun. The reality: We need to do it anyway, especially those of us working toward a weight loss or fitness goal. But a new study from McGill University has discovered a little trick to make even the most intense workout easier and more enjoyable: Acceptance and commitment therapy, a type of psychotherapy that teaches that negative feelings and experiences aren’t good or bad; they’re just a fact of life.
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