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You Haven't Changed Your Workout in Months — or Worse, Years
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You Haven't Changed Your Workout in Months — or Worse, Years

If the definition of insanity (according to Albert Einstein) is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, then Debbie Woodruff, a personal trainer and coach from La Quinta, California, has no problem labeling you insane. Consistency is great, but getting stuck in a rut is a surefire way to land yourself on a dreaded fitness plateau. Talk to a trainer. Get a new program. Whatever you do, switch things up when your program gets stale. Variety is the spice of life.

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