Links to help you achieve your exercise goals
**Check out this "Quick Start Workout Guide for 2011 from the American Council on Fitness
**"Choose You" can help you get on track with your health goals: Choose You
**Here's some great information from the American Heart Association Getting Healthy
**An easy to use Health Tracker from Blue Cross Blue Shield Be Healthy Program
Want to create your own walking map? Try mapmywalk.com
Learn about the 10,000 steps program from Shape Up America
Download a printable activity log here to keep track of your progress.
Don't forget strength training. Here are some options for strengthening exercises-no equipment needed.
Stretch it out: here's a nice slide show from the Mayo clinic on stretches you can do in the office.
If you get tired of a routine or feel like you've hit a plateau, consider interval training to challenge yourself in a new way.
This "Keys to Exercise Success" is full of good information including a log form, specific exercises, and easy to follow videos.
This "Keep It Simple: The anytime, anywhere exercise program" is another useful handout from the Exercise is Medicine Program.
Want more information? This handout gives more detail on just what is "moderate" activity and suggestions for meeting recommendations for strength, flexibility, and aerobic exercise.