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Why should I start an Exercise Training Program?

In anything, there is one common denominator that is typically difficult for most people.That one thing is the process of starting. The beginning of something new.

Starting a new habit or lifestyle change that we aren't used to can sometimes cause stress and anxiety, especially if your schedule is already busy as is. But, it doesn't have to if you start slow with one change at a time!

With exercise, even though it will take a little time out of your days and weeks, it should be seen as useful and helpful for daily life. Those that do exercise on a consistent or regular basis (at least 3 times per week or for at least 150 minutes per week for adults), know that the benefits are so much more important than you may even realize. It is a change that can have an affect on all aspects of your life, for the better, as long as it is done correctly!

For some, exercise is much more than just physical activity that keeps them in shape. It is a way of life or a form of therapy that is comparible to nothing else. Once you get to know that endorphin rush or that "feel good" feeling after you've completed a hard workout, there's not much that can beat it.

The list of benefits for starting an exercise training program are infinite, but here are just a few:

-increases confidence and self image

- help control weight (when done properly)

- helps to improve mood

- strengthens the heart

- increases bone density and strength

- regulates blood pressure

- improves muscle tone and decreases body fat

- help increase your overall energy levels

- decrease risk of chronic diseases

The list could keep going, but I don't want to bore you. If this isn't enough to convince you, we can relate it to daily life because that is what we are all used to.

If you begin exercise today there are so many things that will be made easier by exercising on a daily basis. Just think:

-getting out of bed in the morning

- those stairs on campus

- that long walk to work from your parking spot/public transportation stop

- carrying groceries

- playing with pets or children

- family/friend vacation adventures

-taking your clothes off at the beach for vacation

All of these things can be more fun and enjoyable with a training program that you follow on a regular basis. It is much harder to take the stairs, carry groceries, move, go on vacations, hikes, and trips when you are not fit for those activities. This being said, that does not mean you cannot do these things if you do not exercise, however they WILL be easier if you do.

On top of that, you WILL be happier while doing them because of an increased fitness level. Do you think high level athletes are concerned about how many stairs they have to walk in a day or how difficult a hike with friends will be? Do you think many of them feel self-concious taking their shirts off at the beach?

Probably not, that is because they have training from their sport that carries over into daily life, making it all easier (without the existance of injuries or pain of course). So, why can't you train yourself so that your daily life is easier too?

If you workout for one hour a day, for four days per week, that is about 2% of your entire week! To put that into persepective, if you work a 9-5 job five days per week, just your work schedule during the week will take about 25% of your time!!! Can you fit in that 2% to make your overall quality of life so much better?

I think you can, and I know that we can help.

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Lastly, we want to ask all of you, what do you think is the best way to start a new lifestyle change? If you have done it before, how?

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