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Why exercise? What's in it for you?

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Kiersten Allred P.2 Why exercise? What's in it for you? I found this article in a sports medicine site and I chose exercise because that's something more people could use. If a drug existed that could help you lose weight, live longer, build muscles, avoid heart disease, prevent cancer, lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, and improve your mental health, would you take it? ...read more.

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And if there was a pill that could do all these things people would defiantly buy by the tons. So why don't people exercise? Maybe it needs an advertisement or a radio show whatever it takes to get people to exercise it needs to be done. Activities in all things: * Walk briskly during everyday house hold chores, shopping/errands. * Take the stairs instead of the elevator( don't be lazy) ...read more.

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Realize that all physical activity counts and is good for you. You can also list activities that you enjoy doing from walking a dog to playing catch and don't forget anything. Exercise at a moderate intensity you don't need to huff puff. Put a little physical activity into your day no matter how busy you are. It is very important that you stay healthy and a way of doing it is by exercising I know that it is something that I need to work on and you can guarantee that I will be doing some of these things that I have listed! ...read more.

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