To stay healthy, to improve your health and to keep your body in running order it’s important to eat with a balanced nutritional regime. But aside from food its also important for you to do a good amount of exercise each day if possible.
If you’re aged between 19 and 64 years of age, the U.K. health recommendation’s (Public Health England) are to do at least 150 minutes of moderate activity such as brisk walking each week and at least two days of strength training to preserve muscles, flexibility and agility each week. This strength training should include all of your major muscles.
Inactivity in the U.K. cost the NHS £455m (2013-14) or £8.17 per person. In real terms this means less time playing with your children, more days off work which decreases your work productivity culminating in your wife being upset and less able to raise your children because now she’s also looking after you!
If you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired, and you’re ready to lift some weight and walk some miles then I can help you. With tailor-made gym plans and nutritional advice that will guide you to balanced nutrition and positive eating habits, advice that will help you become more informed on your own health and maintenance Abu Hafs is here to help. [Email Me Now] or via our social networks.