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Is Time a Friend or Enemy in Your Health?

By Tom Herrin

There are a lot of rhetorical questions that are asked.  Tossing one out to a group may seem like a good way of making a point.  When health is the main point of the discussion, it can become pretty serious.  There are occasions in which time appears to be on one's side and other times in which it appears to be part of an epic battle.  So many people strive to get ahead while also managing all of those activities they have going.  For those who realize the value of exercise, shrinking down the time required to do so can be an accomplishment.

Are You a Serious Participant?

It may not matter just how intense someone is in their workout.  The point is for them to make a commitment.  Being regular is likely the real key.  It has been suggested that those who run for only seven minutes per day may reduce their chance of dying of heart disease as much as 45 percent.  There is no doubt that the longer they maintain their schedule for this, the greater their results.  Fortifying oneself against some of these health issues may be had for a pretty brief workout each day.  This still leaves plenty of time for other pursuits.

Some Prefer Lower Physical Stress

Not everyone enjoys running.  That is fine because there are lots of other things they can do.  A Japanese study found that people who ride a stationary bike may appear happier and perform mental operations at a high level.  Combining mental, emotional, and physical health can be a good thing, especially when it may be done in a matter of a few minutes per day.

We Can Do It

It always helps for us to have an attitude that speaks to success.  Believing that we can do whatever we want is a good thing.  It must be paired with an effective plan and solid goals.  If our goal is to work on our physical condition, we can focus on a few things each time we exercise.  As we plan, changing up that routine so that it does not become stagnant can help.  It may provide variety as well as a way to work on different parts of the body so that we may make the parts add up to the whole.  If you choose to go with a mini-workout, good luck with it.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Redmond, Wash.

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