Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Exercise Makes the Difference

We all know it.

Even if study after study hadn’t showed that exercise makes the difference in being fit, fat, or naturally thin; we know it intrinsically. Our bodies were made to move.

So what does this mean for you? It means that sticking with your regular exercise routine - no matter how difficult it may be at times - isn't just a good idea for your good looks. It makes all the difference in your good health and well-being, too.

“But how hard do I have to work out?” is a question my clients often ask. Well, the answer is that it depends on your goal. I know is sounds like a cop-out, but it’s true. Previously, I wrote about studies of individuals that were put on exercise routines that burned off 500 calories for men and 400 for women each day.

However, these were overweight individuals who could safely lose a substantial amount of weight. If you're already at a healthy weight and want to take your overall fitness to the next level, you may need to step things up a bit to burn even more calories. Just remember to do it safely, eat plenty of healthy foods every day, and be sure to get adequate rest to rejuvenate yourself each day. Only then can you get the fullest rewards of putting exercise to work for you

Oh, and one last thing. If you want to get a handle on how fat or fit you are? You'll need to work with a health or exercise professional. Because while knowing your body mass index is helpful, it does not give a full picture of your overall health. Hint; I’m always available for you. ; )

Now go; Live Your Life Well!

John Aaron Villarreal

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