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9 Tricks for Getting Motivated to Exercise

Regular exercise provides many benefits — including less osteoarthritis knee pain and more energy to do the things that are important to you. Yet knowing exercise is good for you and actually doing it are two different things, and it can be hard to get going when your schedule is jam-packed and your joints are begging for a little rest and relaxation. So how do you get yourself going and keep yourself motivated?

 

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