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Exercise And Diet!
Topic Started: Apr 1 2007, 01:49 AM (139 Views)
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Exercise And Diet!

Eating less and exercising more are equally good at helping take off the pounds. Do not exercise to punish yourself or to compensate for overeating. Instead, find movement you enjoy and commit to an active lifestyle. For overall health, an appropriate program of diet and exercise is still the best. If you feel you can't do both at once just starting off on your journey to health, don't worry. A recent study revealed that two test groups lost equal amounts of weight--the dieter only by restriction of 25% of food intake, and the exercisers by restriction of 12.5% food intake and increase in exercise to lose 12.5% in calories burned. As you do begin to exercise, remember this thought: Jesus said that we should go the extra mile. Can you increase you activity each day, doing it for Jesus?

Have a blessed day!

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i like that reminder not to exercise as punishment or compensation - when we do that we get an unhealthy view of why we should be exercising
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