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  1. When Should You Start to Exercise?

    If not now, when? When I hang out with my friends I needle them sometimes if I feel they are too out of shape, lazy or just too damn fat. Some of them just tell me they hate exercising and ask me to stop being annoying, but most of them just say that it just isn't the right time. Well why not? People frequently tell me that they have too much work or that they are in the midst of constructing a comprehensive, well thought out exercise routine and that the current moment just isn't the time to get started. What is it about the present moment that scares people so much? Why are people so quick to say that they will workout in the future, or that they used to workout all the time but had to stop for some reason? Using the past or future as an excuse to justify not exercising will not do you any good. Keep it real. Live in the moment and don't make excuses.

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  2. Look & Feel Just How You Want To!

    Are you having a tough time making it through the day? Is your physical condition limiting what you can do in terms of exercise and other fun activities? In other words, do you feel as if you are living up your potential, or do you believe that your unhealthy lifestyle is prohibiting you from achieving what you want in life? It is hard to function at our best if we are not in tip-top shape. More often than not, people do not fully understand all of the benefits associated with personal daily exercise. A healthy body and mind can do wonders for your professional career, love life and many other aspects of your life. If you are looking to improve your health, do not over think your situation, instead, start exercising for thirty minutes 5 days a week. Do not spend countless hours trying to figure out what would be the best approach to weight loss and muscle growth. Get out of the house, walk to a local track and field, run some laps, do some push-ups and sit-ups and build up a good swe

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