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Old 09-18-2005, 04:17 PM   #1
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Motivation
Visualizing Your Goals
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Consider these factors that motivate people to begin and stick with their exercise program. Then identify which ones you most identify with.

Pleasure. People often really enjoy strength-training exercises; they find them less taxing than aerobic workouts and love the results.
Health and fitness benefits. Strength training increases muscle mass and bone density. It makes you feel strong and energized, alleviates stress and depression, and gives you a better night's sleep. And it can help prevent the onset of certain chronic diseases or ease their symptoms.
Improvements in appearance. Lifting weights firms the body, trims fat, and can boost metabolism by as much as 15%, which helps with weight control.
Social opportunities. Exercising with friends or family gives you a chance to visit and chat while you work out.
Thrills. People who start strength training later in life often find that they are willing and able to try new, exciting activities, such as parasailing, windsurfing, or kayaking.



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Consider these factors that motivate people to begin and stick with their exercise program. Then identify which ones you most identify with.

Pleasure. People often really enjoy strength-training exercises; they find them less taxing than aerobic workouts and love the results.
Health and fitness benefits. Strength training increases muscle mass and bone density. It makes you feel strong and energized, alleviates stress and depression, and gives you a better night's sleep. And it can help prevent the onset of certain chronic diseases or ease their symptoms.
Improvements in appearance. Lifting weights firms the body, trims fat, and can boost metabolism by as much as 15%, which helps with weight control.
Social opportunities. Exercising with friends or family gives you a chance to visit and chat while you work out.
Thrills. People who start strength training later in life often find that they are willing and able to try new, exciting activities, such as parasailing, windsurfing, or kayaking.

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