A balanced workout plan for improved health

Regular exercise decreases your risk of developing dis-ease and illness. What does “regular” mean? Aim for 30 minutes every day. Include a variety of movements into your routine, including all the categories of activity I mentioned in my Beginner’s Guide to Exercise.

Here’s a short and sweet list of the benefits you may experience from incorporating regular exercise into your life:

Want to look at the evidence? Click on any of the benefits listed above to read about the science.

What does a balanced week of exercise look like? It’s different for everyone, but here’s an example of what a moderate workout might look like:

Of course, this is just an example. For some, this would be unrealistic; for others, it would be a simple incorporation into their daily routine. We must use our bodies in various ways that challenge our muscles and brain. Without physical health, it isn’t easy to focus on any other area of health in the Circle of Life.

Long story short, our bodies are designed to MOVE. Adapt the plan above to your needs, including time restraints, current physical ability, and goals for the future. Need some guidance? Email me to schedule a free health coaching consultation with me.

Stay mindful,

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