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Making time TO MOVE

The Ministry of Health recommends five hours of moderate exercise per week to see real health benefits, and while some of us might already be disciplined about hitting that target, the statistics show that most of us struggle to get anywhere close. Renee Norman and Jenna Smith from women’s wellness and fitness website, Real Health NZ hold qualifications in sports science, personal training and health coaching, and through their business have helped hundreds of Kiwi women improve their exercise habits. We asked them about what works and what doesn’t.

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