You Can't Win if You Don't Play You can't win if you don't play, the sales slogan of the California State Lottery is my all time favorite. It is one the simplest most profound and effective sales slogans ever on par with Nike's legendary slogan Just do it. They both state the obvious which we quite often tend to overlook and appeals to everyone's desire to be successful and win.
Exercising for Longevity Everyone knows that exercise is good for you and necessary for optimal health. However an excess of most everything can create problems. It's important to realize that strenuous exercise creates free radicals in your body and if you aren't getting proper rest and adequate nutrition you are damaging and prematurely aging your body. Also many supposedly good exercises like running and weight training can be doing your body more harm than good.
One sure-fire way to improve your body image is to improve your overall health. Getting in better shape, eating healthy foods, and generally practicing a healthy lifestyle is your best bet for feeling good about your body. However, if you're like us, you're overwhelmed by the plethora of measures you can to take to improve your health. That's why we asked our experts to narrow down the list for us. Check it out below.
In the great Outdoors I highly recommend getting as much of your exercise as possible in the great outdoors. Gyms and machines do have their place, particularly if the weather is extreme. However there are so many advantages to exercising outdoors I will list some of them. • In most cases it’s free, unless you are attending an outdoor class. • You get to breathe fresh clean air. Did you know that the worst air quality is found in doors? • You get to sight see and enjoy nature while exercising.
The Number One Leading Cause of Death in America Is? When I ask this question to my audience at lectures, they are always astounded that the answer is: medical intervention people receive at hospitals. At the time of writing this article several years ago, deaths from medical intervention in hospitals was around 200,000 and ranked fourth behind, heart disease, cancer and stroke. A few years ago well known health researcher Gary Null N.D.
I think it’s very interesting to note, that what is commonly thought of as the truth about any subject, is usually outdated and quite often totally false. I can only speak about my field of health, fitness and longevity for sure, but I suspect it is also true in other areas as well. The myths of cholesterol, calcium, sunlight and aerobic exercise are all good examples.
I have the habit of asking everyone I meet if they want to live for 100 or more years. How do you think the majority of people respond? I hope your answer is yes, however I have been very surprised to find that most people answer no. It seems we have a negative image of what it’s like to be 100. Even though very few of us know anyone of age 100, the image commonly held is one of being weak, sick and unable to take care of oneself.