Monday, September 24, 2012

Well Being

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We all know or should know what is good and not good for us. This means choosing the right foods  giving up hamburgers and instead eating a salad or dry sandwich. Foregoing my favorite a Starbucks blueberry strudel muffin with coffee and, instead, opting for a fiber bar and a piece of fruit. The hardest change in my diet will be quitting diet Cokes that those who drank diet soda every day had a 61% higher risk of stroke and heart attack in favor of green tea.

 my only window to exercise is between 8.00 am and 10.00 Sure, I could run over to the gym during lunch, but I know too well the high likelihood that my workday will get away from me once it starts. I also know that exercise is much easier and enjoyable once you make it a routine. So, I will be up and on the road before the sun rises.  I enjoy running and walking and can do both during the week. If the weather is bad, I do it and stationary bike at home. I plan on hitting the links  and swinging a racquet when we can on the weekends.  As I mentioned, I would like to slim down by the end of this year I know how many pounds I need to lose between now and then and will keep track of calories and amount of exercise each week to make sure I am on track to reaching my goal. will be right around the end of the year and I will update you on my progress.  you would agree that I could lose a few pounds, exercise more, and eat better  right food. But with the long hours that come with a very busy dayto day job and spending time with my kid when I am not workout, finding time to exercise and eat healthily seem less important. 45 to 61 percent of corporate male leadership are overweight and five percent are obese Only 22 percent of women at the top are overweight and,  another study showed that lack of exercise kills roughly as many people as smoking and that lack of exercise is the main problem. try to goal how to  maintain your exercise.

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