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Think a midday workout doesn't fit into your get-ahead plan? Consider this: Research from Stockholm University in Sweden found that employees were equally or more productive when they exercised two and a half hours during the week than when they spend that time working—and they felt better about their performance. "Physical activity improves the brain's oxygen consumption, which can boost mood and concentration," says study author Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz, Ph.D. "That leads to greater motivation, increased energy, and more cooperation among colleagues."
Your action plan: Take a post-lunch walk or cut out a little early one day this week for a group fitness class; your inbox will wait.
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31 Days to a Fitter, Healthier You