Here are a few reasons....
By now, anyone who has a TV, radio, access to the internet or reads a newspaper/magazine knows how the fitness industry right now is BOOMING!
With literally thousands of new fitness trends coming at us full speed by the day, it's no wonder everyone is diving head first and itching to get involved, especially those new to the game! (And here at KFEF, we don't blame them).
Because more people are now waking up to the importance of fitness, Keep Fit Eat Fit have designed a 'one size fits all' method that is aimed at introducing newcomers as well as those with previous experience to not only the world of health and fitness, but also healthy cooking and eating.
Here we discuss 3 side-effects you or somebody you know may be experiencing due to a lack of exercise:
Number 1: a constant lack of energy
Are you constantly finding yourself tired, achy and with low energy?
This could well be down to a lack of physical exercise.
Start combating this by adding a short 15-minute walk to the beginning and end of your day, followed by a 5-minute home based workout picked from our membership library.
Number 2: unhealthy food & sugar cravings
Do you find yourself reaching for the sweet fix?
Getting home from work and finding you have no appetite or the desire to cook up a healthy hearty meal can be detrimental to your health.
The main reason for this is we end up not supplying our bodies with the correct vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients that we need for hundreds of different bodily functions daily.
Ensure you are eating 3-4 good sized meals per day.
Ensure a different array of vitamins and minerals.
Number 3: an increase in bad posture
As we get older, the chance of developing bad habits that lead to posture problems is ever increasing.
This especially applies to those who sit at a desk or drive for long periods of time daily or for work.
Regular exercise has been proven to help combat this and even fix this problem.
Training the core muscles is a great way to dramatically reduce the risk of creating bad posture and/or combating an already poor posture.
We have hundreds of great core/posture workouts and exercises for you to choose from in our membership library, and 2-3 times per week is sufficient.
I hope this blog has been insightful - happy exercising :). Try some of these tips and let us know how you get on!
And to get you on your way, we've got a great free exercise video download below that you can try at work or at home - start building up some core strength with my simple exercises, enjoy!