7 questions to analyze your physical activity


Being active is easier than you might think. Here are several questions about your lifestyle and your attitude towards exercise that will put you in the right frame of mind to get healthy.

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  1. Check your statements about your lifestyle
  • ❏ I do activities in the yard, like gardening, for at least one hour per week.
  • ❏ I am moderately vigorous housework such as cleaning the floor for at least one hour per week.
  • ❏ I take the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • ❏ In my job, I walk or I move.

If you checked any of these statements, great! You already do the physical activity each week.

  • Do not rest on your laurels because many of these declarations should be checked to affect your weight.
  • Try adding more movement into your life, which is especially important if you check all here.

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  1. Select every true statement about exercise
  • ❏ I walk or ride my bike at least 40 minutes per week.
  • ❏ I walk from time to time.
  • ❏ The only exercise I do is look for the remote control.

If you checked the first answer, congratulations! You make the right not to get in shape, which will lengthen your life expectancy.

  • If you checked the second answer, it probably means that you like walking, and this is good. Keep going!
  • If you checked the last answer, give special attention to the advice in these comment sections.

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  1. The best exercise to lose weight
  • ❏ The race
  • ❏ The walk
  • ❏ Swimming
  • ❏ The bicycle

They will help you all to lose weight, but only if you continue to participate.

  • Since studies indicate that people are more likely to continue walking with other exercise routines, try to incorporate walking into your exercise plan.

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  1. What activity will burn the most calories?
  • ❏ walking for 10 minutes after lunch and after dinner.
  • ❏ Walk two more minutes to and from your car in five trips to the store.
  • ❏ Walking 20 minutes in the mall.

All these activities burn the same number of calories, which shows that it is easy to add more activity into your life, whatever your schedule.

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  1. Check all statements that reflect your feelings
  • ❏ the exercise is only going to make me eat more.
  • ❏ I do not like to sweat.
  • ❏ I have no energy to exercise.
  • ❏ I’m not a person who is exercising.

If you did not check anything, great! If you checked the boxes, do not let excuses like these keep you from exercising.

  • Studies show that moderate exercise does not stimulate your appetite.
  • Exercise such as walking is not so intense to the point where you transpire rez much.
  • Move your body will increase your energy, not empty it.
  • And you do not have to be a “person making the exercise,” you just have to be more active.
  1. When I’m tired, I
  • ❏ Viewing television.
  • ❏ Eat a chocolate bar.
  • ❏ Take a brisk 10 minutes.

Sit on the couch will not help you, but the walk will help.

  • A brisk walk of 10 minutes can give you more energy than a candy bar.
  • Exercise stimulates a hormone that increases energy. You can find many ways to incorporate quick steps into your day if you really try.
  1. My favorite physical activities
  • ❏ The basketball or throw a ball.
  • ❏ walking my dog.
  • ❏ Work around the house.

The cardinal rule to make your working life is to do what you love.

  • Find a physical activity you enjoy, then do the most.

Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise (such as brisk walking) per day. So, get up off the couch and get moving!

The author is an expert on occupational training and a prolific writer who writes extensively on Business, technology, and education. He can be contacted for professional advice in matters related with occupation and training on his blog Communal Business and Your Business Magazine.

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