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Living Right: Live Up To Your New Year's Resolution

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The ball has dropped, the party is over.  

Now, it's time to start living up to that New Year's resolution of being healthier and losing weight.  

To help amp up your workout this year, in tonight's Living Right, Sara Simnitch has the coolest new fitness gear and gadgets that will make your workout more effective and fun.

Arm bands are bulky and heavy, and stuffing your phone in your shirt is just plain uncomfortable.  

So try the flip-belt. It can hold your keys, ID, or phone.  

The stretchy material hugs your waist, minimizing bounce, and it goes for under 25-dollars.  


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