There are many simple exercises that a person can do at home. There are countless articles written about exercise and maintaining a healthy life style. Personally, I write as someone who is a little overweight and unfit at the moment. So what am I going to do about it? As far as exercise goes, the biggest problem is to make a start, get motivated and then maintain the momentum. The answer is to either exercise at home, maybe look for a personal trainer or go to a gym.
When exercising, one of the most important things to remember is to stay hydrated. Water also flushes out your system and helps a person lose weight. Alkaline water is great because of its superior hydration properties. Alkaline drinking water can be made fresh with a high quality water ionizer.
I also heard of a Japanese professor who claims that writing words such as "love" and "gratitude" on a jug of water makes it healthier. He provides proof that the water responds to the positive energy imparted to it and it changes the crystalline arrangement of the water molecules. For more information, Google: "Hado Water". Is it possible to pray over and bless a glass of water?
You can do some very simple exercises at home. There is no need to pay expensive gym fees that can amount to many hundreds of dollars a year. Even a few square meters of garden area with a lawn, outside a unit, is suitable. Exercising with bare feet on a lawn also feels good and rejuvenates a person - especially if there is moisture on the grass.
Basic stretching exercises are readily found on the internet. Books that tell you what to do are also widely available. Also, occasionally hiring a personal trainer doesn't cost much. Many exercises don't require expensive equipment. Pushups, sit ups and walking are free. A skipping rope or waist exercise pole is cheap.
Then, if you can afford it, the most expensive alternative is to join a gym. Many people do so because of the social side and the opportunity to meet people and make new friends. There is always a trainer on site and it's easier to work in pairs or a group.
One thing I've noticed about people in a gym - they all carry a water bottle. Again, it tells me that it is very important to stay hydrated when exercising.
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