How Fit Are You?

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The answer to that question may depend on how fit you want to be, but the general goal is to be in shape to enjoy as active a lifestyle as possible and reduce the risk of health conditions. Regular exercise can help prevent to some health issues.

Exercise guidelines vary depending on your age and current fitness level, but everyone can take at least some small steps to meet their fitness goals. You can find fun exercise programs that will enjoy while you are doing it.” Looking beautiful has pain inflicted,” says NYIT Manhattan campus student Navi D Mejia. However, most of the people find in starting exercises a really painful process. Another NYIT student athlete Gaby Rodriguez says, “Pain is weakness leaving the body:” He believes that although painful, exercises are fundamental to keep yourself healthy and strong. It means that you have to do things that you didn’t do before such as include vegetables in everything you eat, doing cardio exercises and being more active.

Doing exercise is not the only thing that you need to do to stay fit. You also need to eat healthy.Eating right isn’t just about looking good it’s also about staying healthy and providing your body with the fuel it needs to function at its best. Incorporating certain vitamins and nutrients into your diet can help fight osteoporosis, eradicate eye disease, and lower your risk of developing hypertension as well as some cancers. Healthy eating begins with learning how to eat smart it’s not just what you eat, but how you eat. Your food choices can reduce your risk of illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, as well as defend against depression. Additionally, learning the habits of healthy eating can boost your energy, sharpen your memory and stabilize your mood. You can expand your range of healthy food choices and learn how to plan ahead to create and maintain a satisfying, healthy diet. “I believe eating healthy is not about compressing your diet to small range of items, but to explore the huge variety of tastes and flavors that we can find in different cuisines,” says NYIT student Pedro Peixoto.

Regardless individual opinions about how to remain fit and healthy, it is a general consent that regular exercises and an educated diet are essential requirements in a healthy life. So keep it up with your exercises and enjoy the benefits of eating well.

 

 

 

 

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