Rather than letting your workouts take a holiday break, use the change in routines to try new things and put the fun back into fitness. Sign up for a 5K or coordinate a casual neighborhood game of flag football. If visiting family or friends, visit their local health club and take a cardio or yoga class together. Celebrate feeling fit enough to incorporate physical activity into the holiday season, and give yourself gratitude for the work you’ve put into your workouts all year.

Bonus: you can bliss out on that endorphin boost all the way through your holiday meal!

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