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Creative Approaches to Fitting Exercise into your Program: Great for Overcoming Chronic Fatigue and Adrenal Exhaustion

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


Believe it or not, exercise is actually a good antidote for chronic fatigue and adrenal exhaustion. Exercise creates energy. Most people who don’t exercise use lack of energy as an excuse (the other big excuse is lack of time). As long as you don’t overdo it, exercising when you feel tired can actually give you an energy boost. Try it sometime.

I recorded a video on creative ways to get exercise and how to fuel yourself and “get enough protein” to build muscle.

Another way to fit exercise into your busy schedule is to learn about something called burst training.

I’ve recently discovered it and love the concept, although I have yet to have direct experience with it for long enough to rate its effectiveness.

How do you plan to make exercise a part of your life? Please comment below.

Love, Health and Joy,

Dr. Ritamarie


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