I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone involved in the Health and Wellness Expo 2016. I had the pleasure to be part of another industry-leading event that showed us great things in the science of wellness and wellness education. I was excited to be able to learn about some very interesting topics and products that could actually help people live well. So, thanks to all of you, I was able to take a step back and just get inspired to do a better job of living my life.
I know we all have our own goals or plans for the future, but we all know that we want to improve our health and wellness. We want to enjoy our lives to the fullest. So, to help move us towards our health and wellness goals, there are a few things we can take away from this Expo. One of the things I’ve learned is that there is no one size fits all approach to wellness.
So, what if we have a goal in mind and we know what we want to achieve, but we don’t know how to get there? We need someone that can help us brainstorm, research, and share with others what we have learned and what we are looking to achieve in our own lives. The other thing that Ive learned is that the best way to improve your health and wellness is to do a lot of walking.
How many times have you heard someone say, “I really need to get out and walk.” And you just did. After a long day at work, or maybe even after a long trip, you need to walk more. We all need to be active and healthy.
We need to be active and healthy. We need to get more active and healthier. We are all doing it right now. There are many ways to do it. The best way to do it is to do it on your own terms. So if you are a runner, or you used to be, you may have lost your ability to run because your body was not built to run. The best way to get fit is by doing a lot of exercises.
We are all built for exercise. Our bodies are designed to take in a wide variety of types and intensities of activity. We need to be active to stay fit. We need to do more.
Running is the highest intensity activity anyone can do, so there is a lot of research that shows how many benefits it will have. The research is still ongoing, but the results are promising. Running at a high intensity for an extended period of time has some very positive results if you are not an athlete. It can help you maintain a healthy weight, decrease inflammation in your body, increase flexibility, and lower your risk of cardiovascular disease.
The research is now showing that just walking at a moderate pace for an extended period of time has these benefits. If you are not an athlete or don’t exercise, then you don’t know what you’re missing out on.
I have to admit though that I am really not an exercise fan, so I’m not sure if running at a moderate pace is really going to have the same positive effects on my body as running at a high intensity will. But I do know that walking around for an extended period of time is not going to lead to death and disease.
That’s because the body of a healthy human is self-sustaining and self-repairing. When we get sick, the body of a healthy human is fighting to keep us alive, and our bodies are the ones that are going to keep us healthy. In other words, we dont need to “force” ourselves to exercise. We dont need to push ourselves to be active. We dont need to do anything at all.