Health Rewind: Obese Teens More Likely to Read Fast Food Calorie Labels

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Going to the Extremes to Get in Shape

While some health experts believe popular home fitness routines such as P90X and Insanity are safe, they warn sedentary folks that doing too much too soon may cause injuries, writes the Grio. Not to mention you might lose interest because the workouts are just too hard. Their advice: Start slow. 

 

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