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The Trick to Getting Fit

We all would love it if we could eat what we want, not have to exercise, and our waist and thighs would stay just where we want them, while our heart keeps going and our organs stay strong, right?

Well, if you know much about your body, you know that’s not really going to work. However, many people will tell you that eating healthier actually makes you feel better.  Exercise doesn’t come in one-size-fits-all; you can find a pace and a style that works for you.

Even better, you don’t have to spend 90 minutes, 6 days a week sweating until you drop to keep yourself healthy. Many workouts combine cardio with bursts of body-weight or free-weight moves, maximizing your results in a short time.

Five Minutes a Day

 

Some of you might have heard of Insanity, a high-intensity workout you spend an hour or so a day participating in. Its creator, Shaun T, is a fitness trainer and choreographer who has designed several different workout regimens, including short snippets to keep you moving when you only have five minutes. Here’s a sample of one from an appearance on Dr. Oz that you can try right now, on your lunch break, or after dinner.

We know it can seem impossible to prioritize things like paying attention to your health when your life may seem like chaos, but if you begin to prioritize exercising, you’ll see changes in your body you love, and you’ll feel better than you ever have before!

We can help you on your journey to health. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, give us a call at 717-840-9885 or click on the button below. 

Sincerely,

Dr. Julie Drolet

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