It’s 2020: a new decade has started. And a question arises: How do you want to be 10 years from now?
👉🏻Option A: a healthy, strong, active, energetic, happy person;
👉🏻Option B: an achy, weak, sedentary person, developing some chronic diseases and relying on tons of pills to survive.
We both know Option B sounds terrible.
So what can we do to achieve Option A?
Prioritize your HEALTH
You can do that by starting to MOVE MORE.
Regular exercise can, in fact, help us prevent and reverse lots of very serious health conditions, such as: Cardiovascular Diseases, Hypertension, Stroke, Osteoporosis, Type 2 Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity, 13 types of Cancer, Depression, Falls, Cognitive Dysfunctions and even Premature Death!
Pretty impressive, uh?
Luckily, we don’t have to go crazy to stay healthy.
In fact, to get substantial health benefits, we should do AT LEAST:
▶️150 minutes of MODERATE intensity Aerobic exercise a week.
This is the equivalent of ~20 minutes of walking per day, which you can easily fit into your schedule during your lunch break or after dinner.
Alternatively, you can choose to perform 75 minutes a week of VIGOROUS Aerobic exercise, such as running.
▶️ 2x Strength Training sessions a week involving all major muscle groups, at a moderate (or greater) intensity, on non-consecutive days.
The thing is, all these exercise-related health benefits are DOSE-DEPENDENT: this means that the more you move, the more protected you are against all those scary diseases listed above!
As you can see, it doesn’t take much to get and stay healthy, yet what you get in return is HUGE!
I believe you CAN find the time to walk as little as 20 min/day and train your muscles 2x/week.
The question is: do you? 😏
Let’s do this! In 2030, your 10-years-older self will thank you!
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