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Fitness is not a destination it is life caring℠

Regular exercise and physical activity promotes strong muscles and bones. It improves respiratory, cardiovascular health, and overall health. Staying active can also help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and reduce your risk for some cancers.
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Be Flexible About Defining Exercise

Exercise doesn’t have to mean a trip to the gym or getting hot and sweaty running or pumping weights. You can count a number of activities:

  • Park at the edge of the lot and walk in.
  • Take the stairs when in larger buildings.
  • Take a brisk walk around the park during a family picnic.
  • Paddle your kayak around a favorite lake.
  • Take a bike ride around the neighborhood.
  • Walk during a casual work meeting.
  • Mow the yard. Yes, this is a good workout, too!
  • Find activities you like and do them.

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Have Fun with Your Activities

To learn more about how having fun with fitness activities affects duration of the activities, researchers recruited folks at a gym. When given instructions for doing some weight workouts, the folks who were able to choose the exercise they liked did more repetitions than the folks who were instructed to do the exercise that would help them reach their health goals.

Reaching health goals may motivate someone to exercise, but you’re more likely to be more active if you like your activity.
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Set an Exercise Routine

People who are consistent with fitness activities have made a routine of exercising at the same time on the same days of the week. Habits tend to be hard to break. When your habit is good for you, it’s even easier to keep it going. When planning an exercise routine, be aware of the recommendations for how many times during the week you should exercise to give you the most benefit.

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Be Sincere in Being FIT™ is pays more attention to physical engergy, mental health, good social adaptation and moral health to promote personal health in harmony with society.  It's about achieving a healthy person by elevating one's spiritual realm.
Peter Meng Founder/Designer, MENG FIT™
Peter Meng

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