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Must be Stay Fit and Healthy

Your first step would be to assess your current state and work on the areas that need improvement. You may need to vary your routine, so that exercising becomes a pleasure, not a torture. Consider your options – a walk in the park, swimming at the club, home exercise equipment – perhaps you can attempt something new every day so that it does not become a chore.

Whatever your choice, weight training to build muscle, aerobic fitness for the lungs and heart and stretching exercises should be a part of your plan. It is important to remember that while exercising, you need to pay attention to your diet. Depending on the length of your work-outs, your diet will affect the fuel used by your body. Weight training and exercise may increase your calorie intake almost to 1500 per day. Your diet will need proteins, minerals, vitamins and carbohydrates. Plenty of water is necessary to avoid dehydration. Eating frequent small meals may be better than two large meals. Avoid junk food and eat plenty of fruit and vegetables.

Once you are on a roll, you will need to balance your activities to suit your life style and daily routine. Consider all your options, and get started with what you can achieve and slowly build up momentum until you reach your goal. Once there, maintain it so that you are on an even keel.

Only you can decide what is best for you and how much your body can take. So, do not stress yourself or overdo your work-out, and remember that your diet is as important as your exercise.
A healthy diet, without depriving yourself of foods that you desire can be worked out by substituting other foods.

Once you have worked out a routine, even if it has taken a while to keep to your regime, the rewards of a fit and healthy body are worth all the effort that has gone into developing a new person.