Many of us find it hard to stay motivated to exercise. We know we need to, but we put it off for tomorrow, or next week, or longer. It’s hard to hold yourself accountable. If you don’t have a personal trainer then this is when you call a friend or neighbor. That’s right, grab a buddy. Who knows, that person may need you for the very same reason.
I'm reporting back to you, my dear and special fitness friends, that my two knee replacements have been very successful, and that I am up and walking, dancing, hiking, biking and generally enjoying life. I have written several articles about preparing for knee replacement surgery and one article about my rehabilitation process. If you or any of your friends would like to receive these, I would be happy to e-mail them out. Just e-mail me and let me know.
Posted by "Anna" Myers @ Sunday, December 22, 2013 @ 14:13pm
by Marc D. Thompson. Most of know we should exercise regularly. But specifically why should we? Well here is a basic list of some of the physical, physiological and psychological impact fitness has on our bodies and our lives. Physical Benefits1. Reduced/maintenance of body fat2. Increased strength3. Increased power4. Increased endurance5. Reshaped body/body composition changes6. Increased musculature7. Improved joint stability8. Increased flexibility