Article published by : Max Health on Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Category : Weight Loss

Smart Ideas To Keeping A Healthy Level Of Fitness


Fitness is an extremely important aspect of your life. If you don't know how to get fit or need tips on how to stay motivated, you've come to the right place. This article is to inform you on how to improve your fitness, as well as, how you can start feeling and looking better.

Exercising increases the oxygen to the brain. Studies have proven that incorporating an exercise program to your daily routine will decrease the chance of getting dementia in up to 60% in older adults. Exercising releases proteins that strengthens the brain's neurons and cells which is directly related to memory and learning.

If you love to listen to music, make sure that you keep the volume at a medium to low level at all times. The louder your music is the better chance that you will put your body under stress, which can directly lead to a higher level of oil production on your skin.

To relieve pain from arthritis, do finger exercises. Finger exercises work the small muscles in your fingers and hand to relieve stiffness and pain. Although it may seem silly, doing finger exercises is an important part of any fitness workout plan if you are an elderly or young person with arthritis.

Having poor posture means that your spine is not aligned properly while one is standing, sitting or lying down. It is vital to maintain good posture so that your muscles are working properly and not causing undue friction to bone or joints. This friction, also known as arthritis, can be a painful condition and sometimes debilitating disease.

Stop making excuses for not working out. Schedule a block of time to workout tomorrow, even if it's only for 15 minutes. Tomorrow, schedule another block of time for the next day. Do this daily and eventually you won't need to make that appointment with yourself and your workout time will increase. Soon, exercise will just be part of a normal day.

Having a routine, limits the stimulation of the brain. Studies have shown that changing or breaking a routine, will promote stimulation and in turn, staves off dementia. Instead of driving the same route to the grocery store, change the route and drive a different way. These small steps will improve your brain's stimulation and reduce the chance of getting dementia.

A great way to keep your kids active is to take them on hikes. Find a state park near you and take them on a hike through the woods. You can make a miniature adventure out of it and have fun along the way. Your kids probably won't even realize they're exercising!

The hardest part usually is getting started. Once you have followed your fitness program for a week or two, it will become second nature. Habit is a wonderful thing. It begins to carry you. The program becomes a part of your daily life, and fitness and good health are the result.


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By: Max Health

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