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31 Reflections on Health

Health shouldn’t be considered a luxury.

Moving well should be a constant.

Feeling good should be a constant.

Looking good is a byproduct of doing everything to be healthy, move well and feel good.

If you learn to eat right and workout at a young age when you are over 40 your life will be better.

If you wait until your forty to get healthy it can be done but it is an uphill battle. Having said that, it’s still worth doing.

Do you have loved ones in your life? Wouldn’t it make sense not to be a burden on them later in life? 

Fitness takes daily discipline.

Health equals freedom.

Fitness does not have to be complicated.

Health is a choice, choose wisely.

Don’t let society dictate what you should look like.

Health and fitness is the best medicine.

Healthcare is really sick care there is nothing healthy about it.

We have been lied to for years about how to eat and the bottom line is, we are all individuals and need to find what works for us.

When it comes to our health is the government really on our side? Unfortunately, this is legitimately up for debate.

Nature plays a big part in our health and we need to get back to it whether that’s in the woods, lakes, beaches or mountains.

Too much technology is hurting our health.

Mindfulness should be part of your health regime.

You can’t separate the mind from the body.

Sunshine and vitamin D is crucial for health but neglected by most people.

Strength training is crucial for health and longevity but most people other than “fitness buffs” actually get it.

Increasing or maintaining muscle plays a major role in health as we age.

Fat people do too much cardio. I am not being mean but honest. 

Walking and moving daily is a must BUT it will only get you so far if you don’t strength train.

Being consistent with your workouts and eating is more important than being perfect.

There is no one that is going to save you from bad health it’s up to you to make the right choices or changes.

Routines will change your life for the better.

Planning and tracking your health allows you to stay on course or make the necessary changes.

Planning and tracking is not hard and does not take a lot of time but the benefits are huge.

Strength training is underappreciated by most and done incorrectly or at least not done in a way that will build muscle and get strong.

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