Can you imagine waking up completely immobilized, unable to breathe separate from a ventilator, and carrying the heart of someone who had died suddenly, tragically, and far too soon?!
Part 3: Consistent Exercise for Healthy Skin. More and more studies are showing the tremendous benefits of regular exercise. Being a physically active person is a very important component of one’s own self efficacy and includes positive side effects like feeling more energetic, focused, confident, less stressed and looking radiant.
Athletes commonly complain about fatigue and feeling too tired, too often. Granted, many of them wake up at early o-thirty to run, attend a morning spin class, or row with the crew team. Some do killer workouts that would leave anyone feeling exhausted. Many routinely get too little sleep. And the question remains: How can I have more energy?
The results of a recent study reveal that moderate to heavy exercise is great for both your heart and your head. This is especially true for seniors. A recent CBS News story indicates that moderate to heavy exercise helps keep you healthy and it reduces the aging of the brain, possibly by as much as ten years.
As a certified personal trainer for over two decades, I’ve had the privilege of working with many people from all walks of life. I’m grateful that I’ve been able to find a way to help others have a better quality of life. When I studied to become a multiple sclerosis fitness and wellness specialist I realized that people with MS can benefit from exercise and proper nutrition in a number of ways.This got me excited to learn all that I could about how to empower people who have MS.
Our mission is to make fitness fun. This isn’t just about laughing and having a good time, but also about feeling smart and confident about how to exercise. This is especially important for clients who come in with specific limitations – small wins make the process fun, which keeps them coming back for more.
Mark Mueller is a personal trainer and Director of Trainers for the MS Fitness Challenge. He owns Mueller Personal Training in Elizabethtown, PA