If You Don’t Take Care of Your Body…

Posted: January 31, 2012 in fitness, health, health and fitness, importance of exercise, motivation, obesity epidemic, weight loss

…Where are you going to live?

The scientific evidence is too great to ignore the evidence any longer.  Science has shown that there is a direct relationship between the food we eat, our physical activity level, our stress level and long-term health.

The quality of your life and your relationships depends on the fact that you must have a place to live.  If you don’t take care of your body, where are you going to live? In this replacement society we live in today where if your TV breaks, or your car gets worn out, or your precious i-phone or i-pad break, we simply replace it.  However, we cannot replace our bodies.  There is no buying another one. Period.

If you are one of the many people who believe there is some miracle-working physician, or some miracle pharmaceutical drug, or some magic pill or potion that will fix your body when it breaks down, then know this: There is NO magic cure if your body breaks down, but there is evidence that shows that 30 minutes a day of exercise can substantially change your life.

That said, here is a short video that I thought might serve as little extra motivation.  I love this video. Watch it. Please.  If you do nothing else, know that 30 minutes a day is positively associated with many benefits.  And remember, if YOU don’t take care of your body, where are you going to live?

 

 

 

 

Life’s a Game. Press Play!!

In health and happiness,

Todd G. Dattoli, M.S.

ACE Certified Fitness Professional
IYCA Certified Youth Conditioning Specialist
PEAK CONDITION FITNESS
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