Words to Live By…

As many of you know, I’ve worked in fitness for two decades. Over that time, I’ve accumulated some wonderful quotes that I return to over and over again whenever I need inspiration to get up and do what needs to be done to stay healthy. Here are a few of them:
* “Don’t let an old person move into your body.” -Dr. Wayne Dyer
* “Exercise is not just for healthy people. Exercise can improve back pain, arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, vascular disease, asthma, parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, angina, and heart attacks.” -American Medical Association.
* “You are never too old to get in shape. At different times, I have engaged in many different activities. I value staying active.” -Senator John Glenn
* “Exercise, improves energy, self esteem, heart, and lungs. It will improve muscle tone and greater function of bones and joints.” – American Physical Therapy Association
* “Research has confirmed that even moderate exercise performed regularly helps protect us from disease and prolong life expectancy.” -James Todd, MD, VP of American Medical Association
* “Regular exercise can help prevent coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, depression, and some cancer, and fitness reduces the lifestyle-limiting effects of osteoporosis and arthritis.”-Mayo Clinic
* “Exercise helps elevate a person’s mood, even short workouts. 8 minutes was all it took to help reduce a persons feeling of sadness, tension, fatigue, and anger.” -Duke University
* “Get off the couch.” -Theo Ratliff, Detroit Pistons
* “Turning off the television and getting the family physically active are the best ways to keep off the unwanted pounds and for everyone to stay healthy.”-Dr. Barbara J. Moore, President of Shape Up America
* “Exercise can improve your mood, relieve moderate depression, and help delay the onset of disabilities and life threatening disease.”-Terrie Wetle of the National Institute on Aging
* “Scientists found that together, lack of exercise and poor dietary habits were the second largest underlying cause of death.”-National Institute on Aging

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