Thursday, September 3, 2009

Some Tips to stay YOUNG AND HEALTHY:

Some Tips to stay YOUNG AND HEALTHY:

1. Take a 10-30 Minutes Walk Every Day And While You Walk, Smile.

2. Sit in Silence for At Least 10 Minutes Each Day

3. Sleep for 7 Hours.

4. Live With The 3 Es -- Energy, Enthusiasm, And Empathy.

5. Play More Games.

6. Read More Books Than You Did last year.

7. Make Time to Practice Meditation, Yoga, and Prayer. They Provide Us
with Daily Fuel For Our Busy Lives.

8. Spend Time With People Over The Age Of 70 & Under The Age Of 6.

9. Dream More While You Are Awake.

10. Eat More Foods That Grow On Trees And Plants And Eat Less Food That
Is Manufactured in Plants.

11. Drink Plenty Of Water.

12. Try To Make At Least Three People Smile Each Day.

13. Don't Waste Your Precious Energy On Gossip.

14. Forget Issues Of The Past. Don't Remind Your Partner With His / Her
Mistakes Of The Past. That Will Ruin Your Present Happiness.

15. Don't Have Negative Thoughts Or Things You Cannot Control. Instead
Invest Your Energy in The Positive Present Moment.

16. Realize That Life...........

1. In the beginning, your fitness plan should not be overly aggressive. One of the biggest problems most people encounter when starting a fitness program is rapidly depleted motivation after only a few weeks; this is due to an overly ambitious fitness plan.

Two days per week of 20-minute low-intensity cardiovascular exercise (walking, jogging, biking, swimming) and two days per week of 30-minute light resistance training (using weights or resistance machines) is adequate in the beginning. As you adapt to the lifestyle shift, you can add more days and get improved results. But beware: If you try to do too much too fast, you may end up quitting altogether.

2. If your goal is fat loss, then your cardiovascular exercise should be low intensity. Your heart rate during cardio exercise should not exceed 50 percent to 70 percent of your maximum heart rate. The simple formula for calculating your 100 percent maximum heart rate is 220 minus your age.

If the intensity of your exercise increases your heart rate beyond

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