Good Fitness Habits Reduce Your Medical Costs As You Age.

It may seem like common sense. The reality is that unless you make exercise and eating a balanced diet a regular habit you won't see the long term benefits. 

We become a combination of our good, and bad habits as we age. Once we commit to a healthy fitness and dietary regimen over an extended period of time (let's say one year as a starting point), then that is when you will start reaping the benefits.

So, go for a walk, run, or jog. Join a gym or create your personal home gym. I read the book: "You are your own Gym: The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises" by Mark Lauren, and I found it helpful.

It is my hope that you either continue your current fitness plan or you start a new movement plan today!

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