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To boost the odds you’ll put on your sneakers and go for a run – or hit the gym, ask yourself: “Will I exercise today?” Doing that significantly boosts your chances of working out, according to the Journal of Consumer Psychology. That’s because asking yourself questions makes you more aware of your choices, and more likely to make healthier decisions. The same thing applies to asking, “Am I going to eat more chips?” Bottom line: People who questioned themselves about exercise and eating were more likely to cut calories and work out.

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