Reduces circulating levels of triglycerides.
Helps you resist upper respiratory tract infections.
Increases your anaerobic threshold, allowing you to work or exercise longer at a higher level, before a significant amount of lactic acid builds up.
Helps to preserve lean body tissue.
Improves your ability to recover from physical exertion.
Helps speed recovery from chemotherapy treatments.
Increases ability to supply blood to the skin for cooling.
Increases the thickness of the cartilage in your joints.
Gives you more energy to meet the demands of daily life, and provides you with a reserve to meet the demands of unexpected emergencies.
Increases your level of muscle endurance.
Helps prevent intestinal ulcers.
Increases the density and breaking strength of ligaments and tendons.
Increases you maximal oxygen uptake (VO max-perhaps the best measure of you physical working capacity).
Helps you to maintain your resting metabolic rate.
Reduces the risk of developing colon cancer.
Increases you tissuesâ responsiveness to the actions of insulin (i.e., improves tissue sensitivity for insulin), which helps to better control blood sugar, particularly if you are a type diabetic.
Helps to relieve constipation.
Expands blood plasma volume.
Reduces the risk of developing prostate cancer.
Helps to combat substance abuse.
Helps to alleviate depression.
Increases your ability to adapt to cold environments.
Helps you maintain proper muscle balance.
Reduces the rate and severity of medical complications associated with hypertension.
Helps to alleviate certain menstrual symptoms.
Lowers you heart rate response to sub maximal physical exertion.
Helps to alleviate low-back pain.
Helps to reduce the amount of insulin required to control blood sugar levels in type (insulin-dependent) diabetics.
Improves mental alertness.
Improves respiratory muscle strength and muscle endurance-particularly important for asthmatics.
Reduces your risk of having a stroke.
Helps you to burn excess calories.
Increases your cardiac reserve.
Improves coronary (heart) circulation.
Offsets some of the negative side effects of certain antihypertensive drugs.
Increases your stroke volume (the amount of blood the heart pumps with each beat).
Improves you self-esteem.
Reduces your risk of developing type - (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes.
Reduces the risk of developing breast cancer.
Improves mental cognition (a short-term effect only).
Maintains or improves joint flexibility.
Improves your glucose tolerance.
Reduces workdays missed due to illness.
Reduces the viscosity of your blood.
Enhances your musclesâ ability to extract oxygen from your blood.
Increases your productivity at work.
Reduces your likelihood of developing low-back problems.
Improves your balance and coordination.
Improves your bodyâs ability to use fat for energy during physical activity.
Provides protection against injury.
Decreases (by to percent) the need for antihypertensive medication, if you are hypertensive.
Improves your decision-making abilities.
Helps reduce and prevent the immediate symptoms of menopause (hot flashes, sleep disturbances, irritability) and decrease the long-term risks of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and obesity.
Helps to relieve and prevent ãmigraine headache attacks.ä
Reduces the risk of endometriosis (a common cause of infertility).
Helps to retard bone loss as you age, thereby reducing your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Helps decrease your appetite (a short-term effect only).
Improves pain tolerance and mood if you suffer from osteoarthritis.
Helps prevent and relieve the stresses that cause carpal tunnel syndrome.
Makes your heart a more efficient pump.
Helps to decrease left ventricular hypertrophy (a thickening of the walls of the left ventricle) in people with hypertension.
May be protective against the development of Alzheimerâs disease.
Improves your mood.
Helps to increase your overall health awareness.
Reduces the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.
Helps you to maintain an independent lifestyle.
Reduces the level of abdominal obesity-a significant health-risk factor.
Increases the exchange of oxygen from your lungs to your blood.
Improves heat tolerance.
Improves your overall quality of life.
educes your susceptibility for coronary thrombosis (a clot in an artery that supplies the heart with blood).
A wise investment strategy: According to the Center For Disease Control and Prevention, if the more than million sedentary Americans started exercising regularly, they would save an estimated $ billion annually in medical costs. On average, each inactive American spends approximately $ more per year on healthcare expenses than active individuals do. The evidence is conclusive: Invest in exercise. It offers countless health benefits at virtually no cost. Over time, as your investment accrues, you will have more money in your pocket, and you will be more physically and emotionally able to enjoy spending it.
So Now, You Know Why You Should Commit To Be Fit In The New Millennium!
Please Consult with your doctor before starting any new diet or exercise program