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Tracy Anderson, Health's star trainer, reveals the four high-intensity fitness moves that give you the biggest bang for your workout minutes. Beat holiday weight gain come Jan. 1 if you are steady with this efficient exercise routine. No time to get to the gym? Try this circuit-training workout, by doing strength exercises that you cycle through quickly, you'll get the most out of a short amount of time and keep your body toned and slim. | Health.com