How health and fitness can change your life…
Are you overweight, always tired, and generally unhealthy and unhappy? It doesn’t have to be that way. Making a commitment to health and fitness, such as eating better and moving more, can improve your life in incredible ways.
Title: How Health and Fitness Can Change Your Life
Are you overweight, always tired, and generally unhealthy and unhappy? It
doesn’t have to be that way.
Making a commitment to health and fitness, such as eating better and moving
more, can improve your life in incredible ways.
1. You will feel better
Eating healthier and exercising will help you lose those extra pounds. Your
clothes will fit better – maybe you’ll even need NEW clothes! You’ll also be less
prone to type-2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and other
chronic diseases. Once you begin moving and exercising, you’ll want to do it even
more – it’s now one of your new healthy habits!
2. You will look better
We are attracted to fit and healthy people. You can try to deny this, but you know
it is true. Take note of the people you’re most attracted to. That girl at the office.
The guy who delivers water. They are attractive because they look fit, healthy
and self-confident. The only person that is stopping you from being like them is
3. You will sleep better
As you become more active and eat healthier foods, you will sleep better. You
will wake up refreshed, motivated and energised – ready to face the challenges of
the day. And when you shed even more weight, you will breathe easier, which
allows for better sleep too.
4. You will stress less
Exercising relieves stress and helps you relax. As the result, you can avoid stress-
eating and binge-eating. If you exercise after work, for example, you are less
likely to bring that pent-up stress and tension home with you. Instead, you will
be a happier, refreshed and invigorated person when you arrive.
5. You will make healthier choices
Once you notice the improvements in your health and fitness, you will be even
more motivated to make better food choices, to learn more about nutrition and
to try new ways of exercise. You will have more energy to go for a 5K run, join a
yoga class or drag that bicycle out of storage. No more hiding at home, plopping
down on the couch and eating garbage non-stop. The new-and- improved you no
longer do those unhealthy things.
6. You will kick other bad habits
The happier-and- healthier you will prefer exercise over cakes, pizzas, cigarettes,
alcohol and late-night parties. You may even reward your accomplishments with
new running shoes, a hi-tech fitness monitor, a gym membership or a personal
7. You self-confidence and self-esteem will soar
Now you can stand straighter and walk with more confidence. Who knows you
may also crave for new challenges to tackle. You know what to do to get there –
what are you waiting for?