So many folks are turned away from exercise, thinking, "Oh, I don't have the time or equipment to get in shape!"
Even if you can only take a short walk (10 minutes), twice a week, that really counts!
Walking can reduce the risk of heart diseases, improve blood pressure and blood lipid profiles, help keep your weight down, and enhance your overall mental well being!
Think about this: If you walk for ten minutes, twice a week, that's 20 minutes a week!
End of the month? 80 minutes!
End of the year? 960 minutes!
That's 16 hours a year you've exercised!
That's 16 hours more than most people exercise at all!
So, pat your self on the back, put on those sneakers (or "tennis shoes," if you prefer), and take a stroll!
Schedule a free consultation with a Fitness on Call trainer today, and learn more about how you can benefit from regular exercise, brought to you on your schedule!
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