[A025] Beast It Up: Outlive Your Friends By Getting Fit

The last one living wins.

Do you have a dream of getting fit? Exercise comes with the number of benefits. You can improve your mood, boost your energy, look better, and even live longer.

The good news is that exercise doesn’t have to mean beasting it up at the gym all the time.
You can start getting fit by doing things that you like to do, and by engaging in small amounts of exercise at a time.

Don’t sit around all the time feeling low energy and disappointed. I’m getting fit, you can change your outlook on life and be healthier.

Concepts

  • Many of the benefits that come from exercise.
  • How exercise can lead to a longer life.
  • Excuses we used to avoid getting fit.
  • Ideas for helping you overcome your reluctance to exercise.
  • Tips for more effective exercise.

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Resources

Mayo clinicBenefits of physical activity
NIHWalking can lengthen your lifespan
BuzzFeedTotal body workouts
WedMDBeginners guide to fitness

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[A025] Beast It Up: Outlive Your Friends By Getting Fit was last modified: March 3rd, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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