Helps to decrease left ventricular hypertrophy (a thickening of the walls of the left ventricle) in people with hypertension.
Improves your mood.
Helps to increase your overall health awareness.
Helps you maintain an independent lifestyle.
Reduces the level of abdominal obesity — a significant health-risk factor.
Improves your overall quality of life.
A Wise Investment Strategy
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, if the millions of sedentary Americans started exercising regularly, they would save billions annually in medical costs. On average, each inactive American spends approximately $330 more per year on health care expenses than their active counterparts. The evidence is conclusive: exercise is a wise investment. It offers countless health benefits at virtually no cost. According to Graham, “Over time, as you sustain your commitment to being physically active, not only will you reap the financial rewards, you’ll also be more physically and emotionally able to enjoy the fruits of your investment.”