Imagine adding years to your life and life to your years while looking better & feeling better. Recent studies have found that women who participate in regular physical activity live longer than the gals that take the term sitting pretty (literally). When is a good time to start a physical routine? Today not Tomorrow (TNT). As long as you incorporate physical activity in your daily routine you’re on the fast track to fitness. Take walking for example. It’s a great way to get your exercise & add years to your life.
How does exercise slow the aging process?
Exercise doesn’t stop the clock on aging but the good news is it can slow it down according to health professionals. Exercise maintains healthy energy levels which will keep your body functioning properly. If you’re 40 & you want to feel like you’re 20 this is where it all starts.
Exercise is also the key to mental clarity. There’s considerable evidence that regular physical activity can help reduce stress, manage mild-to-moderate depression and anxiety, improve sleep, boost mood and enhance the overall sense of well-being. Remember stress is a FREE Radical which will accelerate the aging process. The less you stress the younger you look. Is that enough to make you sign up for the gym today?
Change your body, change your life!
Burn baby burn those calories with exercise. Burning more calories than consumed can reduce body fat which will help you maintain a more youthful physique. And exercise raises metabolism during the activity and after. In the long term, both factors help maintain weight loss.
If you want a younger, firmer body thou shall get off her booty & exercise. A regular strength training program can help maintain muscle mass and tone and thwart the effects of gravity and aging. Doesn’t that make you want to run to the gym?
A sure fire way to maintain your youth is to boost your immune system. Researchers have found a link between regular physical activities and improved immune functions. During moderate exercise, immune cells circulate more quickly through the body and are better at destroying viruses and bacteria. Say bye-bye to feeling under the weather.
For the love of your heart exercise regularly. Cardio 3 times a week reduces the risk of heart disease by reducing body fat, lowering blood pressure and raising “good” cholesterol levels. A regular strength-training program increases muscle mass, preserves bone and improves strength and balance. This will give you all the girl power you need to perform daily activities effortlessly.