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Leslie Griesdorf: How to Stay Active

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Leslie Griesdorf leads an active life. When Leslie Griesdorf isn’t researching his investments, learning about history or spending time with loved ones, he’s exercising or attending karate classes. He has maintained this lifestyle for decades, and it has kept him mentally and physically healthy.

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Leslie Griesdorf: How to Stay Active

  1. 1. Leslie Griesdorf: How to Stay Active Shared by Leslie Griesdorf
  2. 2. Leslie Griesdorf: An Active Life Leslie Griesdorf leads an active life. When he isn’t researching his investments, learning about history or spending time with loved ones, he’s exercising or attending karate classes. He has maintained this lifestyle for decades, and it has kept him mentally and physically healthy.
  3. 3. Footsteps of Leslie Griesdorf If you need to lead a more active lifestyle, but you don’t know where to begin, tips like these will help you follow the footsteps of people like Leslie Griesdorf: ● Find Fun Activities ● Clear Time ● Find Support
  4. 4. Find Fun Activities The first step to staying active is finding fun ways to move. Do you enjoy bicycling? Or hiking? Or dance? Whatever activities that you enjoy, you can use them to keep yourself fit. If you hate aerobic exercise, there’s a good reason why you never seem to stick to that aerobics class you keep enrolling for.
  5. 5. Clear Time Time is a common reason why people fail to stay active. Solve this problem by clearing parts of your schedule. This might mean less time online, fewer games or less television time, but it will also mean more energy, better health and less disease.
  6. 6. Find Support Staying active alone is difficult. Getting moving when you have someone waiting on you is easier. Find a friend, family member or workmate who also wants to get active, and then plan to keep each other accountable. From texting your fitness buddy a picture of your post-workout sweat to meeting at a park for a jog, your accountability should be something that can’t be faked to keep both of you on track.
  7. 7. Active people like Leslie Griesdorf aren’t perfect. They miss workouts and eat unhealthy meals, too, but the key is that they only do so on occasion. Accept your mistakes and view them through the eyes of a healthy, active person.
  8. 8. Follow Leslie Griesdorf https://drlesliegriesdorf.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/drlesliegriesdo https://soundcloud.com/drlesliegriesdorf https://www.behance.net/lesliegriesdorfD http://drlesliegriesdorf.yolasite.com/ https://issuu.com/drlesliegriesdorf https://www.crunchbase.com/person/dr-leslie-griesdorf
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