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New year’s resolutions: Attitude is very important and how you approach it too.

How You Talk to Yourself Matters!

I’m lazy to train now , I’m tired to go for a run, I don’t have time, I feel so unmotivated to workout today I’m watching movies…

Attitude is very important and how you approach it too. If we forget that we are the most important thing and that we must adopt a lifestyle that helps us not only to be healthier, it will help us in many aspects, in addition to adding years of life.

How did you spend the rest of the day?

Did you spend the rest of the day on your computer? And then cozy up in front of the tv? Does this sound familiar to you?.

You can start with something easy like walking, so we challenge you to move your body for a minimum of 30 minutes every day. Getting up and stretching or going for a walk can allow you to refocus your energy and when you create a routine empower you to continue succeeding.

The World Health Organization and other experts advise us to work out moderately for a minimum of 30 minutes most days of the week. “might not be enough” to alleviate the downsides of prolonged sitting,

The human body was designed to move, and when it’s deprived of this movement, the results can manifest as poor physical health, mood disorders, and accelerated aging and more gradually, regular exercise increases your muscle mass.

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Walking regularly can help you to accomplish other goals… It can also improve your sleep.

If you work out regularly, you’ll sleep better at night. That’s because sleep naturally boosts the effects of melatonin, the sleep hormone.

When you become a regular walker, you will have established a regular routine and when you have a routine, you are more likely to continue with the activity and take on new healthy behaviors. As Colin Espie, professor of sleep medicine at the University of Oxford, tells us in this video.

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