In a nutshell: You can expect it to be difficult to start exercising regularly. Obstacles will be in your way. You will find that everything is against you. You will think that everything is bad. This is normal and it happens to all of us. Be gentle with yourself, but also keep doing it, removing … Continue reading Resistance
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The JAMA®, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a series of articles showing the benefits of exercise for everyone, pointing out exercise types for each age group, and promoting exercise in general as the best way to keep healthy. The project was funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). … Continue reading JAMA article: The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans
I found Dr. Mirkin's newsletter both informational and inspirational. Gets me back to exercising when I feel like slacking, and reinforces how important it is to keep pushing. "I think everyone should have a regular exercise program, and it is never too late to start. See How to Start an Exercise Program. Do not start an … Continue reading Exercise a little, exercise a lot… It’s all good!