You Do Have Time To Work Out—9 Trainers Can Prove It

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    UPDATE: We know it's Sunday, but it's the perfect time to get up off the couch and get to burnin'. This story was originally published on January 10.

    You have the slimming yoga pants, the candy-colored Pumas, and the desire to get a midriff like Gwen Stefani's. The only thing you don't have? Enough time. Believe us, busy bees, we can relate. But you may be wrong about just how much leeway you have in your schedule.

    We went to time-management boot camp with nine local trainers, including Lara Hudson of the Mercury Method and Jen Ottoson of Living Fit Chicago, and came away with some totally legit advice on how to prioritize health and fitness. So, whether it's trading in your Starbucks run for a sprint around the block or swapping the snooze button for a swim, you can find time to work out this winter. See you at 6 a.m. Pilates.

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