When you’re hooked on a workout routine, it can be tough to convince yourself to take a rest day. Here’s how to tell when your body needs a break — before its too late.
Kelly is an NYC-based freelance writer passionate about health and fitness. She studied journalism at the University of Miami, and has loved the huge range of professional opportunities that's opened up for her — from writing local stories for her hometown newspaper to working on the staff at Greatist.com. She's a foodie at heart, but always looks for ways to make delicious food more healthy (or healthy food even more delicious!). Kelly is a fan of yoga, cooking, the ocean and her cross-eyed cat, Goose.
Articles by Kelly Fitzpatrick
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