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Exercise for her
Modern women lead more sedentary lives than their grandmothers, aren't as physically fit and struggle more with weight gain. But even a short exercise programme, if done regularly, can make a big difference to your health, weight and wellbeing.
Doing a little bit of exercise every day is far more effective than taking part in a long session of intensive physical activity once a week. So what could be better than devoting just a quarter of an hour out of every day to keeping fit?
When it comes to weight, inequality between the sexes is an unfortunate reality. Something that is further emphasised over time and particularly by the hormonal changes during menopause. Men gain less weight with age than woman and that's it!
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Even if you haven’t put on weight, you might still have noticed a rounded little tummy that’s slyly taken shape since last winter. With glorious summer days on the horizon, it’s time to get that flat tummy back.
To keep fit and maintain a well-toned body, there are lots of exercises you can do at home. The only thing you need is a will of iron.
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