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What Do You Get When You Get Moving?

20Jun

in Blog
Written by Julia

There are so many benefits to reap once you add activity and movement to your routine each day.

Wouldn’t it be great to feel better, move without feeling stiff, be able to bend over and pick up your child or grandchild for a hug, reach up and lift the box of photos off the top shelf?  This is the tip of the iceberg.

Imagine regaining stamina so you can go on those fun girl’s shopping trips without worrying you’re lagging behind.

Think how it will feel to be able to golf all 18 holes with the guys without having to depend on someone to help you.

Wouldn’t it be great to sleep more than 4 or 5 hours and feel rested when you wake up?

Can you comprehend what it would feel like to have the stresses of the day melt away in 30 minutes?

All this, and more, can be accomplished by adding a few days of strength training (consult a professional for details), and increasing your aerobic activity to most days of the week for 30 minutes or more.  There are so many other health benefits you will gain once you get into a regular regimen of activity.  And it’s as easy (or easier!) as pie.

Check with your local fitness center or find a health and fitness specialist to guide you in the right direction for better mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health.

For more information, contact Julia Johnson in the East Valley of Phoenix, AZ at 480-264-9567 or visit www.limseniorfitness.com .

 

About the author
Julia
Julia has been a certified personal trainer for over 18 years with personal training certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Exercise Training Association (NETA). She has been a certified group exercise instructor for over 25 years with certifications from NETA and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has owned and operated a private personal training business for 8 years. With her extensive experience in the fitness field, she has been successful in developing strength and conditioning programs for individuals in a variety of age groups from teens to seniors.
~ Julia ~