Fitness Effect

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Fitness Effect

  1. 1. Performance Permanent Vitality Committed Protection State of Mind Engaged State of Body Continuum Wellness Continuum Consistent Health Complacent Disorder Resigned
  2. 2. • “The ability to perform daily tasks vigorously and alertly, with energy left over for enjoying leisure-time activities and meeting emergency demands.” • The ability “to endure, to bear up, to with- stand stress, to carry on in circumstances where an unfit person could not continue.” The President’s Council on Fitness and Sports
  3. 3. • cardiovascular and pulmonary health • musculo-skeletal integrity • psychological well-being • nutritional support
  4. 4. • exercise • stress reduction • water intake • diet • supplementation THINK differently. MOVE more. EAT well.
  5. 5. We need “30 minutes of vigorous activity most days of the week to be at lowest risk for degenerative disease.” USDA Fitness Level Guidelines, 2005 Will you make exercise part of your life forever?
  6. 6. • reduce the risk of all major diseases • reduce and manage stress • improve psychological health • maintain healthy weight • increase bone density • improve joint health • develop lean muscle mass • maintain healthy heart and lungs
  7. 7. • We are in a perpetual state of stress. • “fight or flight” response • multiple sources It requires intervention and increased awareness. •adequate sleep •walking •gardening •meditation •yoga •Tai-chi The benefits are many.
  8. 8. Why hydrate? • increases metabolism and decreases hunger • helps relieve symptoms of headache, fatigue, backache, and fuzzy short-term memory • reduces risk of all major diseases • improves athletic performance How much and when? • half your body weight in ounces = base consumption • especially before, during, and after exercise
  9. 9. • fuel for performance • fuel for protection • fuel for recovery • rich in fruits and vegetables • low in processed foods DO you? CAN you? WILL you?
  10. 10. • whole food: common sense and consensus • www.fruitsandveggiesmatter.gov Everyone agrees: EVERY DAY
  11. 11. • confusing choices • conflicting information • needs to be whole food based
  12. 12. • Exercise is good for you. • There is a detrimental effect of exercise: exercise-induced oxidative stress. • What is oxidative stress? • Antioxidants from whole food nutrition offset oxidative stress.
  13. 13. • provides whole food based nutrition from a wide variety of fruits and vegetables • contains concentrated juice powders from 17 different fruits, vegetables, and grains, plus an array of natural antioxidants, phytochemicals, enzymes, and fibers • costs less that $1.50/day
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  15. 15. • healthy immune system for fewer workout days missed • protection of DNA to support improved recovery • cardiovascular wellness • reduced oxidative stress
  16. 16. • Follow the Juice Plus+ Fitness Prescription! ® • Improve your health and fitness! Create a whole new you!

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