Weight Loss Shouldn’t Be the Only Reason to Exercise

Weight Loss Shouldn’t Be the Only Reason to Exercise

When you ask people why they started exercising, they will tell you it was to lose weight. The biggest problem with this is that people only start exercising once they realize that they are gaining too much weight.

This can actually put our bodies at risk, as regular exercise is what helps keep us healthy and avoid various ailments and health issues. Your body needs you to exercise, even if you feel that you are in pretty good shape. At the end of the day it does not come down to looking good, but rather to being healthy, fit, and alive!

Another great reason for exercise is that it can help you develop a stronger mind. It has been proven over and over again that people who exercise regularly and keep themselves in good physical shape, are usually in much better mental shape as well. This is why we see people who like doing sport or being active often perform much better academically.

This all does not mean that you goal should not be to lose weight. In fact, if you need to shed a few kilograms, it is actually the best place to start. But the key is to not stop exercising once you have reached your goal weight.

It is recommended that you get at least 20 or 30 minutes of intense exercise per day. It is important to include cardio as well as weight training into your exercise program, as they complement each other in a way that helps us burn fat in the most effective way, whilst gaining muscle mass.

For effective weight loss, try the Manna Diet (a healthy Low GI diet). Also take the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with each meal to help curb the cravings, suppress appetite and control blood sugar levels.

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