Importance of Physical Activity

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    In today's busy life we people don't have any time for our health and fitness. We just want to work and work to earn more money. But there is no use of money if we are sick. We should try to be happy with what we have. Our health is most important than anything else. We can enjoy our life even with less money if we are healthy fit and active. So we must have to devote some moments from our daily routine for exercise and workout to feel that we are human not working machines.
     
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    I am totally agree with your view.Because money is most part in our life.All are busy behind the money but they ignore their health.At last they are suffering and admit at hospital.So should take care our health.
     
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    Exercise is important, and I get exercise a few times a week when I do self defense classes.
     
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    The best 'self defense' for you would be getting your GED (the equivalent of an Australian PhD).
     
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    I had a case of severe atrophy. I had stay at home for about 5 years.
    During a long winter hike in Yellowstone, I tore up and burnt out the
    muscles and tendons in my knees. I could barely walk for 6 months.
    Then one day it was gone. A year later I blew out my calf muscles
    and limped for another 6 months. Today I'm still a little shaky, but it
    doesn't stop me from climbing down into Bryce Canyon and back out,
    r hiking Mt. Charleston looking for a water fall, or some rock climbing
    on Christmas Tree pass. I'm still fairly inactive and most of the exercise
    I get is walking up stairs. I was walking 2 miles a day for a while but for
    some reason, I didn't keep it up. I'll need to remember to get it going again.
    I'm not about to spend New Year's in a pioneer cabin. I'm hiking damnit!

    Don't stop moving...
     
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    Yea, Uncle Ferd likes watchin' his womens exercise...
    :D
    Sitting for long periods 'is bad for your health'
    15 October 2012 - Sitting for long periods increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and death, researchers suggest.
     
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    Congratulations! What was the trophy for?
     
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    :lol: You meanie!
     
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