The Positives of Maintaining Your Work Out Year Round

The Positives of Maintaining Your Work Out Year Round

Your choice to be active throughout the year presents an opportunity for you to live better and longer. There are more benefits to being active than making up excuses to why we are not. As we listen to health experts as well as what our bodies tell us, we can enjoy life to its fullest without any guilt.

Below, let’s look at:

A happy Heart, What our Body wants, and what does our Scale say?

A healthy heart is a happy one...

The more active you are, the better your heart works. You're less likely to get many of the diseases that can shorten your life such as Coronary artery disease, High blood pressure, and Type 2 diabetes.

If you already have any of these problems, staying active may help you to have better control over them, feel better, and live longer.

Your body wants activity!

Stretching can help you stay flexible and coordinated. As you become more flexible, you will find bending, reaching for those things over your head, and even walking easier than ever before You will also have a better sense of balance and coordination.

What does your Scale tell you?

Where you currently are, your scale will tell you. Your scale may even suggest your next visit to the doctor. Scales give you a great snapshot of your weight which in return says a lot about your overall health. Your scale is talking to you, are you listening? Hopefully the number on your scale gives you the incentive you need to work out on a regular basis. Why is this important?

When you exercise regularly, your body burns more calories even when you're resting. Being active may also lower your percentage of body fat and increase muscle strength and tone.

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Contributing sources for this article include:
WebMD www.webmd.com

 

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