The year 2013 is coming to an end. Many of us are preparing for the holiday season,
which usually consists of shopping and eating! When January comes around,
many people dedicate some attention to a list of resolutions.
Like many, your list may look like this:
‘Exercise’ on a New Year’s Resolution List is a fantastic idea,
since exercise has been shown to:
- Improve chronic fatigue
- Improve sleep
- Support healthy pregnancy
- Lessen the risk of age-related diseases
- Improve mental health
‘Barriers to Exercise’ include:
- Lack of knowledge re: appropriate exercise
- Improper technique
- Fear of getting injured
- The presence of injury or pain that prevents activity
These are common barriers we see every day.
These are also barriers we help people overcome.
If you aren’t sure what exercise is best for you,
or don’t feel your body is able to carry you through
your exercise goals, WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
While we can’t promise to help you pay off your credit cards,
we are experts in the field of exercise!
Mayo Clinic ~ Exercise: 7 Benefits of Regular Physical Activity
Seattle Revealed ~ New Year’s Resolutions
Global Healing Centre ~ 9 Reasons Exercise May Be the Best Medicine
IO9 ~ Researchers Identify the Kinds of Exercise That Help You Live Longer