Solving the Puzzle of Fitness Facts

Solving the Puzzle of Fitness Facts

33 HEALTH FACTSOne of the reasons we have discovered as to why so many people struggling with the issue of getting fit is that there is so much conflicting information these days about what really works and what doesn’t. A new fitness craze comes along, and some soon become passionate followers, spending countless hours and often a great deal of money on the latest and greatest supposed new method for getting fit fast. Just look at the Zumba craze, and the costly clothes for it, and you will know what we mean.

Worst of all, none of what they are doing is backed up with any scientific studies. There is no proven health benefit, and in some cases, there might even be harm if you injure yourself during the course of trying the new fad.

Don’t get us wrong, any movement is better than just sitting in your chair.  But the last thing you want to do is get stuck on the bench due to injury only a short time after making the decision to try to get up and get moving more.  The truth is that getting fit does not need to take hours each day or cost a lot. Today’s spotlight title

33 Health Facts: Exercise and Fitness

gives you the facts you need to know to make the right decisions about how to work more physical activity into your day. You will find simple, practical suggestions. Start with one idea, then add another, and another, until you are working out at least three times a week, doing things that you enjoy.

Best of all, you do not need an expensive gym membership, and some of the best exercises for you will not even make you break a sweat.  Adding activity to the course of your normal work day can soon have you looking slimmer and trimmer. Add certain other activities to work on your ‘trouble spots’ like your abs, thighs, or butt, and you will soon see results.

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