Fitness & Exercise

We all think that we should exercise more than we do, but to maintain a high level of fitness exercise is crucial. It helps us maintain healthy blood sugars, good mental health, and body weight. Making a few modifications in our daily life can reap large benefits in our health and avoid the risks of chronic diseases.

The Surgeon General of the United States has recommended 30 minutes of brisk walking at least 5 days a week. However, more than 60% of American adults do not get enough exercise and 25% are not active at all in their leisure time. Statistics indicate the lower the income and less education, the poorer the diet and the less exercise.

Also, regular physical activity has many health benefits:

  • Lowers the risk of developing coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and colon cancer by 30%-50%.
  • Helps achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.
  • Promotes psychological well-being and reduces the feelings of stress.
  • Helps build and maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints.

Do you remember the absolute JOY you’d feel when energy coursed through your young body as you’d tear through the day with that “go get ’em” feeling? Well, get ready to feel that great again! Let’s look at what is really making you feel sapped and sluggish. And, once you know this secret, it can be unbelievably easy to feel young and full of pep again. Please don’t think for a minute that this has anything to do with those caffeinated energy “shots” or whatever the latest fad deal might be. Our methods are time-tested and true. They are geared toward assisting the aging gentlemen who has really never done much in the way of physical activity to enjoy the means of becoming a human dynamo.

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If you’re tired or suffer from:

  • Stiff joints…
  • Aching muscles…
  • Occasional headaches…
  • Jitters…
  • Moodiness…
  • Poor sleep patterns…
  • Senior moments…
  • Inability to concentrate…

…you need to begin a regular exercise regimen that is easy and fun to do without costly gym or spa memberships, expensive equipment, and designed for the aging male.

Take 20 to 30 minutes out of your day to specifically help you to self-improve in your own time and in the privacy of your own home. Recent research estimates that if you cut back on the amount of time spent sitting down to less than three hours a day, it could add two years to the your life expectancy. Another recent study concluded that each hour spent watching television after the age of 25 reduces your life expectancy by nearly 22 minutes. By reducing the time you spend watching TV to less than two hours a day, you could increase your life expectancy by 1.4 years. Worse yet, an analysis of 18 studies found that people who sat for the longest periods of time were twice as likely to have diabetes or heart disease, compared to those who sat the least. So get up, turn off the television set, and start moving.

Why don’t you sign up for our FREE e-book, A Step in the Right Direction and see just how easy it is to begin looking and feeling better by eating well. It’s time to climb aboard the good nutrition and fitness bandwagon!

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