Five goals for better fitness

Exercise is good for you, but just 20 percent of Americans get enough of it.

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Goal: Total body toning. No piece of cardiovascular equipment builds as much strength or muscle as weight machines, free weights or exercises like squats or pushups. But if you want a little toning with your cardio, Consumer Reports notes that an elliptical is a good choice. Pushing the handlebars works your triceps and chest and pulling works your back and biceps. Goal: Cross-training.
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