Thursday, March 02, 2006

...Can You Turn Back The Clock...

I have found that fitness in many ways makes aging irrelevant. The human body and it's components---bones, muscle, metabolism and cardiovascular system play a big part in turning back the clock. The better condition they're in, the less likely age can prey on them. The most powerful tool to protect and improve the above components is exercise. The most vulnerable areas that exercise helps protect are:

1. Bone. It thins with inactivity and age, usually leading to osteoporosis.

2. Muscle. It withers away at a rapid pace as we start to get older.

3. Metabolism. Slows, slows and slows as the body shifts to less muscle and more flab.

4. Joints. Then when surrounding muscles have become weak, the excess weight causes strain, and inactivity restricts motion.

Exercise can and will prevent all of the above. Yes you can turn back the clock with exercise. Adding to that the more immediate benefits are lower blood pressure, healthier cholesterol levels and improved management of blood sugar levels. This alone should give you a strong reason to exercise into a healthy sweat every day. Then of course theres the most obvious excuse: A slimmer, shapelier, and firmer figure that this will produce. So stop reading, and lets get busy exercising, eating nutritionally, and drinking filtered water. Who knows maybe the ticks on that clock will stop tocking so fast.

To Your Health and Wealth,
Mary
Staying Healthy_Staying Home_Making Money and so can you at http://frutavida4u.com/marys

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