The Path to a Better Life

Posted by M ws On Thursday, April 19, 2012 2 comments
In an article posted in Fitness, Gary Allen believes that physical activity and exercise can make your life better. According to him:

The many benefits of exercise and physical activity are widely known. If people only knew the real benefits that exercising can provide they might be willing to try again. When you find an incentive powerful enough to outperform the excuses, you will exercise Ultimately, it’s a yes or no decision that every person will have to make for him or herself. The hope is that you will find motivation in these three benefits of physical activities and exercises.

If you want to strengthen your bones, there are a variety of ways to do this, and they don’t necessarily involve jogging, running or even walking. One enjoyable activity that can improve your overall fitness is dancing. Any weight bearing exercise, and this includes dancing, is very beneficial. These type of exercises are great for your overall fitness, and especially for the health of your bones. Weight training or other resistance training exercises are also good to do, as they’ll increase your bone mass, as well as keep your whole body strong. If you’re a woman, you should definitely do resistance training, as lots of women experience osteoporosis and other problems connected to decreased bone mass.

Regular and consistent exercise makes your immune system stronger, more resilient, and better able to fight off common illnesses such as cold and flu viruses. It’s no doubt that the process is highly complicated. The blood circulates better when you exercise regularly. This leads to a higher level of oxygen in the blood and a better overall immunity response to foreign matter.

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2 comments to The Path to a Better Life

  1. says:

    walla One must also exercise one's state of mind and equanimity of spirit to harmonize one's inner self with the outside world.

    Towards that, simplify not because one is bereft of feelings for others but because internal balance is needed first in order for one to calibrate one's feelings towards others in a more meaningful and less self-destructive manner.

    After all, if one remains hurt, how can one care for others more fulsomely and how can others return the compliment with a lesser sense of guilt on their part for indirectly causing one to be hurt caring for them?


  1. says:

    masterwordsmith Thank you, dear Walla! You are my guru in many fields of knowledge!!!

    Not only do you have wisdom, but the knowledge that you possess makes you my ever living Wallapedia :-).

    I will always appreciate your kindness, sincerity and concern not forgetting the impartation of your wisdom and fairness!!!

    Thank you for being my guardian angel and dear friend!!!

    God bless you and yours always.

    Much appreciation,

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