All life has aches and pains, failures and success, this book will point you to all the ways you can have fitness. Mostly through exercise, but also by the way you use your mind and thought processes during, and away, from exercise. Your body is a machine and much more than a machine.
Let us show you how to keep that machine in an optimum state and through the right exercises, not fads and fanatical regimes, guide your body to fitness and well being.
Fitness: – well-being in body and mind, energy, optimism, and the ability to engage in a full life
The Whys and the Basics of exercise:-
Breathing, Walking, Tai Chi…more
Benefits of Intensity Workouts
Mental Benefits of exercise
Top Workout Mistakes
Exercise excuses ( Come on we’ve all tried em) – here’s some ways to answer those excuses
Best Way to analyze Gyms and Club memberships
How to find (and train for your workout) a Personal Trainer
How to avoid Exercise Boredom
Exercise tips for those over fifty
166 (count em) tips to keep your fitness morale working
As we get older. -with less muscle, we burn fewer calories and begin to put on the pounds.
However, we can move muscle loss and weight gain in the other direction through strength training.
Enlarging muscle cells, through increased nerve reactivation and awakening of ‘sleepy’ stimulating cells, increases beneficial enzyme production, which in turn improves the body’s ability to process oxygen and fuel (food), leading to greater overall body strength.
Now everyone would love to have a fountain of youth, and recent research suggests that it’s closer than you think.
There are areas of your cells’ DNA called telomeres that tell the cell when to replicate. The problem is that every time a cell divides, some of the telomeres are used up–we have only so many times that a cell can divide before it’s done.
In a study of twins published two years ago, researchers found that telomere length was tied to physical activity. The more active the person was, the longer the telomeres, so the longer the cells can keep dividing–thus keeping you younger.
What does that mean for you? You don’t have to run marathons or lift mountains every day. All you have to do is move–yard work, dancing, walking, jogging, swimming. If it involves movement, it counts.
You have access to the real fountain of youth. What are you waiting for?
Use this book to keep you moving, motivated and healthy in body and soul
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