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To exercise or not to exercise? That is the question.
And the answer is: exercise!
But maybe not for the reasons you think.
Do you function better in the morning or in the evening?
Or do you find energy at any time of the day or night?
Take a quiz online and be honest with yourself.
Remember, this is about fitting exercise into your daily routine and figuring out when you are at your best.
It’s time to shake off winter and get active.
But before you do that, make sure your shoes are right for your feet. It really does matter.
“You’re not as you as you use to be”?
It’s a fact we all have to live with.
None of us are getting any younger, and with age comes many physical changes.
Muscle loss is a significant but preventable change.
You put time and effort into getting and keeping your body in great shape.
Maybe you don’t spend the 20-plus hours a week exercising like many Olympic athletes, but you can get the same benefits they get from using massage with exercise.
Did you know that after age 25, your balance begins to decline, and that after age 65, one in three people will fall while doing normal activities of daily living?
Face it, we are all creatures of habit.
We tend to set a routine and stick to it.
Sure, regular exercise is good for you, but it’s also important to vary your fitness routine.
Your body – and brain – will reap the benefits when you try new activities.
How do you find motivation to exercise when you just don’t feel like getting off your butt?
There are lots of ways to motivate yourself, but finding the one that works for you is the key to getting started.
First, decide the reason you want to exercise.
Cleanses usually require that you follow special diets, fast, eat certain foods exclusively, avoid specific foods, cleanse your colon and/or even remove dental fillings.
“Not just a class, but an experience.”
That’s the motto at Harmony in Health in Sandusky.
Co-owner Barb (Trautman-Parker) Anderson and staff have made it their mission to take the facility’s group classes from mundane to magical.
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