It's too cold out there. You haven't got time. You're too busy. You've already tried your new year's resolution. The gym is not your thing and there's always something stopping us from taking that first step.
Exercise the easy way...
But how about doing something really easy each day to get fit and improve your health and well being? Simple exercises that are designed just for you, to fit in with your everyday lifestyle. No gym membership needed, no intimidating equipment, no fancy sports gear you need to buy first to look the part.
Safe and easy exercises from a university trained exercise physiologist
Inspiro’s Accredited Exercise Physiologist can help motivate you to move and improve your health and well being. Our Exercise Physiologist will assess your needs and prescribe safe and easy exercises especially tailored to suit your needs and lifestyle, using everyday things around your house.
Exercising with a group is easier and fun
Sometimes exercising with a group helps motivate people further. So our Exercise Physiologist (not sure what an the difference is between an exercise physiologist and a physiotherapist? Click here) runs fun, social exercise groups for people with Type 2 Diabetes, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am – 12pm.
There's never been a better time to start moving - this week is Exercise Week and theme is 'Motivation to Move'. Plus, there are heaps of great benefits of getting more physical activity in our lives.
If you are still umming and ahhing about getting started, here are ten great benefits of exercise:
1. Boosts memory
2. Prevents illness
3. Improves depression and anxiety
4. Increases longer life
5. Prevents some cancers
6. Helps weight loss
7. Helps you quit smoking
8. Improves strength
9. Reduces risks of falls
10. Reduces the risk of heart disease
Bonus. Go here for 10 ways to avoid permanent weight gain
Exercise is also vital to prevent, manage and treat chronic medical conditions like heart disease (6 ways to decrease your bad cholesterol), diabetes, mental illness, back pain and osteoarthritis. For older people, exercise can help you to age well and age independently. It's the ultimate for 'anti-ageing'.
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