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Staying active after beginning an exercise routine can be a challenge. Frequently reported barriers for maintaining activity include lack of time, waning motivation, and lack of enjoyment. Research has clearly demonstrated that individuals who have a strong support system for exercise are much more likely to remain active than those who have less support. Support for exercise can take many forms. Friends, family, coworkers, exercise groups, and personal trainers are only a few examples of people who can provide support for exercise. Regardless of who makes up your support system, it is important to communicate your desire to be active and express to others how they can help you fulfill this very important goal.