That kill you slowly…
- Sitting at a desk all day
You daily activity level is more important than your 60 minutes of working out
- Chronic stress
Chronic stress throws off the hormone balance in your body that overtime leads to poor health markers
- Sleep less than 7 hours per night
Sleep is so important. If it wasn’t our bodies wouldn’t do it at all. The brain regeneration that takes place while you’re sleepy is huge. Consistently cheating on sleep like almost as bad as the chronic concussions NFL players get.
- Skipping out on vegetables
The vitamins and minerals in vegetables are absolutely necessary. You need them! If most of your meals don’t include veggies you’re taking years off your life.
- Lack of strength
Being strong is so important, especially when it comes to leg strength. You will get old, and part of aging is losing muscle mass. Your legs carry you around. There is a direct correlation with lack of mobility and death. Once you lose the ability to get yourself around and take care of yourself you’re headed for the end.
I’m not going to waste your time talking about smoking
Changing your habits and your lifestyle isn’t easy – – it tend to be simple though
My parents died in their 60’s due to a lifetime of poor habits and thinking they could just tough it out.
Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for your family.
They want you to be around for as long as possible
The best way is to make small changes over time with someone to help guide you along the way and keep you accountable.
The next cycle of the 90 Day Weight Loss Accelerator starts May 10th.
Go to the link in my bio so we can talk about how I can help to make the changes that will keep you healthy for the rest of your life.