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"I don't have time to exercise! There aren't enough hours in a day!" There are 525,600 minutes in every year—how do you use those minutes? Did you know busy executives are three times more likely to exercise than others? Two-thirds of them engage in aerobic exercise at least three times a week and have said it helps them to reduce stress, increase energy, improve health, and boost productivity. Whether you're a top executive, a schoolteacher, a lawyer, a dentist or a domestic goddess, you must know that by maintaining a regular exercise schedule, you will have more energy, better health, lower blood pressure, and lower cholesterol! Nobody asks, "When do you have time to eat?" The answer is obvious: You make the time. Exercise is much the same way. Two or three walks a week of twenty minutes each will do wonders for your health. We encourage you to put exercise into your daily routine. It will improve your health and you'll be amazed at what it will do for your overall productivity. Exercise is the prescription we should all take for disease prevention. The old saying, "Make time for health or later you will have to make time for disease," is so true! None of us know what tomorrow will bring, but exercise will make a difference in how we feel emotionally, act physically, and respond mentally. Commit to being fit and healthy! We're not saying it will always be easy—most things worthwhile aren't. How about getting up earlier and heading off to the gym or out the door for a brisk walk? Try taking a group fitness class on your way home from work. Have your gym bag packed in the car and ready to go. Hire a personal trainer two to three times a week for thirty or sixty minute weight training sessions. It CAN be done! Cardiovascular (aerobic) exercise is recommended three to six days per week, for forty-five to sixty minutes, for weight loss. Health benefits can be seen with as little as three days per week. Regardless of your goal, moving more will be a tremendous benefit to your overall well-being. 39 You can also move more during the day by parking further away from your destination, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walking across the hall to speak with a coworker instead of emailing, even getting up to change the television channel instead of using the remote or cooking dinner instead of going out. CALORIES COUNT and you're burning more of them when you're moving—even standing instead of sitting helps! Strength training, weight training, resistance training (they all mean the same thing) should be incorporated into your exercise routine two to three days per week. We recommend hiring a personal trainer who can design a safe, effective, and efficient program specifically for you. To sum up, make time to exercise. You brush your teeth everyday, so why not exercise every day? Our bodies were designed to move!
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There seems to be one thing I've found consistently that separates those who are successful in sticking to their resolutions and those who give up. See if you can figure out for yourself why “Joe” is successful at reaching his fitness goals and “Bob” eventually gives up. Bob is serious about making a change. He writes down his goals and has set up a diet plan based on tips he remembers hearing years ago. The first step is he will bring in a salad every day to lunch. His co-workers, who don't share his same enthusiasm for good health, joke around with Bob about how Bob has turned into a “health nut.” Bob also is serious about working out and has gotten himself a nice home gym setup. He has an old book he picked up on doing home bodyweight workouts and he is determined to follow through. Which he does...for a while. Joe is equally serious. He invests some money in getting an online fitness coach. The coach provides a good body weight workout routine Joe can do at home (very similar to Bob's). They talk about his goals, and he writes an action plan for success that they go over. Jim also brings in a salad to work, but he eats it by himself so he can focus on listening to an audio book on nutrition. Each week Joe checks in with his coach on his progress. Both Bob and Joe have set similar goals, follow a similar workout routine, made similar changes to their diets, and both have access to quality information on how to get fit. But Bob fails while Joe succeeds. Why is this? I'll give you a hint, it's the same reason why someone in the military will push themselves beyond their usual limits. It's the same reason a stay at home mom will make incredible sacrifices for her children. It's the same reason why a person will work tirelessly at a job they don't enjoy when they have bills to pay. 19 The difference is the environment. Yogananda expresses this with the simple statement that “environment is stronger than willpower.” We are influenced to a strong degree by our environment. This is because we have something built into our biology called called "mirror neurons." Mirror neurons literally recreate, in our minds, what we experience externally with our senses. These mirror neurons may be why seeing someone yawn can make you yawn. Or hearing others laugh can make you want to laugh. What this means for sticking with a fitness habit, or any other habit for that matter, is that your environment and things like accountability may have more to do with success than your willpower. You see, Bob was facing two issues. The first is that he wasn't accountable to anyone like a coach or partner who he could check in with to keep him on track. He worked out at home, which is fine, but he didn't have anyone to push him or make sure he followed through with his workouts. He also didn't invest much time or money into his success, so he didn't feel bad when he gave up. His environment at work was also an issue. He was eating lunch with people who constantly teased him about getting healthy rather than supporting his decision. He really was going in it alone. Joe, on the other hand, hired a coach. This meant he had to invest time and money in his success so that he was sure to make it worth his sacrifice. This also meant he had someone who he checked in with that was making sure he was following through with his home workout routines and providing inspiration. Joe put himself into a positive environment at work, too. Joe knew his co-workers, like Bob's, wouldn't understand why he'd decided to eat healthier. So he simply decided to take that time to separate himself from potential negative influences, and instead put himself in a positive environment of learning more about health by listening to an audio book.
Phentermine (Adipex-P, Suprenza) is an amphetamine-like prescription medication used to suppress appetite. It can help weight loss by decreasing your hunger or making you feel full longer. Phentermine is also available in a combination medication for weight loss (Qsymia). Like other prescription weight-loss drugs, phentermine is intended to be used as part of an overall weight-loss plan. It is indicated for people who are obese, and who have failed to lose enough weight with diet and exercise alone — not for people who want to lose just a few pounds Phentermine is a Schedule IV drug, a classification given to drugs that have a potential for abuse, although the actual potential appears to be low. Although phentermine is one of the most commonly prescribed weight-loss medications, it has some potentially serious drawbacks. Common side effects include: Increased blood pressure Dizziness Dry mouth Sleeplessness Nervousness Constipation Phentermine isn't a good option if you have heart disease, high blood pressure, an overactive thyroid gland or glaucoma. It also isn't for women who are pregnant, may become pregnant or are breast-feeding. "Mayo Clinic"

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