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Question: I have been maintaining a regular exercise routine for about 6 months and am feeling great.  However, I always get so busy and frazzled with the holidays and I don't see myself being able to find the time to continue with my workouts. Is there any harm in stopping exercise and picking it back up with the New Year?

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