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Old October 13th, 2007, 11:51   Go To Top / FR Forum Home / #1
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Here are 12 positive effects of daily training and activity:
  • More energy
  • Improved self-image
  • Weight control without dieting
  • Control over appetite
  • Higher endurance or stamina - not being winded easily
  • Better conditioned heart and lungs
  • Less tension
  • Greater management of stress
  • Better ability to fall asleep and stay asleep
  • Less chance of injury
  • Toned muscles
  • Healthier cholesterol level
  • Quicker healing
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According to the World Health Organization, physical activity can reduce your risk for the following conditions:
  • colon cancer
  • type II diabetes
  • heart disease
  • stroke
  • osteoporosis
  • low back pain
  • stress and depression
  • obesity/overweight
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Less weight and high reps are NOT for tone and definition.

Muscle soreness is not an indicator of a good workout.

Warm up, stretch and ALWAYS use proper form. Doing so will help prevent injury. Hey, I told you these were the "slightly more obvious" facts.

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The American Heart Association recommends 30-60 minutes of exercise at 50-80% of your maximum capacity, three or four times a week.
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Exercise is known to help in building healthy bones, muscles and joints, as well as reducing the risk of colon cancer.
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A brisk walk is one of the best forms of exercise, providing both a cardiovascular and a low-impact workout. When walking, practice taking deep breaths that fill your lungs and are in rhythm with your movements.
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Muscle is metabolically active (unlike fat) and therefore requires energy. Weight training increases muscle mass and your ability to burn fat at rest, leading to an increase in overall metabolism.
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Exercise will increase your quality of life. Some of the benefits of exercise include: improved health, increased energy, and improved self esteem.
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People who exercise regularly tend to eat more nutritious food. And it's no secret that good nutrition helps you better manage everyday stress.
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One of the best ways to improve sleep habits, overall mood, and the feeling of well being is to get regular exercise.
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Frequency and duration of activity are more important than intensity. Moderately intense exercise, such as brisk walking, is enough for health benefits if done 4-5 days a the week.
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