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Tips to motivate yourself for physical activity !

  According to the Good Body, 50% of people who start a workout program quit exercising within the first 6 months. Here are some tips to help you get on the move!   Set SMART goals! Specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-based goals! Yes, your goals should be challenging but not unrealistic!   Workout with a buddy! Not only it is more fun but your Wellness Buddy holds you accountable. You are more likely to show up if you know that someone is expecting you! It is also someone with who you can share your goals, achievements and difficulties.   Reward yourself! Not with a candy bar after workout … But by saving certain entertainment for example! Are you totally addicted to a new Netflix TV show? Well, allow...

Why is physical activity so important for your health and what are the recommendations ?

Why is it so important to be physically active? Obesity, which is linked with physical inactivity, has nearly tripled worldwide since 1975; 39% of adults are now overweight. Physical inactivity and obesity that directly contribute to chronic diseases, which are collectively responsible for 71% of deaths worldwide every year. (World Health Organization, 2020). On top of helping your energy balance, weight control, musculature development and cardiorespiratory performance, being physically active strengthen your bones health and reduces the risk of falling and of some bone fractures. It also reduces the risk of high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer (such as breast and colon) and is a powerful depression antidote.   If this information did not convince you yet to save some time every week for a...

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