You don’t have to have a gym membership. You don’t have to run five miles a day, jump rope for hours or move out the couch to make room for a treadmill.
And you don’t have to starve.
Instead, says San Francisco healthy-living coach Valerie Orsoni, there are other ways to squeeze workouts and sensible eats into a busy summer schedule. Valerie, the founder of the online weight-loss site lebootcamp.com, shared some of her tips with American Profile.
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