In 2008, I imagesZIERZ0G1returned back to the practice of physical training after many years of absence.  The decision was made following a routine medical check-up with my doctor who told me I was overweight with cholesterol and blood pressure on the rise.  I was at the gym the following day. 

Six months later during a re-medical check-up, my doctor told me all systems proved to be normal and I had lost 20 pounds of pure fat.  This change in lifestyle overturned my health for the better and improved my strength and endurance fare above expectations now at the age of 57. My weekly training program consists of two days of weight-lifting and three days of calorie burning exercises.  A sensible diet and rest is also an important factor in the overall process.  The Impact of Physical Activity on Your Health;  Regular physical activity will produce long-term health benefits:

Reduce fat
Promote strong bone, muscle, and joint development
Condition heart and lungs
Build overall strength and endurance
Improve sleep
Decrease potential of becoming depressed
Increase your energy and self-esteem
Relieve stress
Increase your chances of living longer

When you are not physically active, you are more at risk for:
High blood pressure
High blood cholesterol
Type 2 diabetes
Heart disease