Whether the company for which you work offers corporate health and wellness programs for its employees or you are interested in personal fitness training, it is important to keep in mind that maintaining great physical health can help your mental health as well and improve your overall quality of life.
Part of the journey on your way to achieving your specific goals involves figuring out where to find a personal trainer. This will likely require some additional research on your part, and it can be helpful to ask family members and friends for their recommendations. Once you do find a personal trainer in your area, you’ll likely want to focus on “core exercises.”
After all, physical activity that isolates your core muscle groups can give you better posture (as reported by Harvard University and health professionals), as well as a better sense of balance and body stability (as the Mayo Clinic reports). Unfortunately, not nearly enough people take advantage of these benefits. IdeaFit reports that about 97.1 million American adults weigh more than they should when it comes to achieving the best health possible. Statistic Brain reports that only about a quarter of adults in the United States take part in regular, healthy physical activity. When it comes to making one’s muscles stronger, less than 23% of adults in the country take part in the suggested amount of physical activity.
If you are ready to make a change in your life regarding your health, there is no reason to hesitate. If you have further questions or comments regarding specific physical activities, or you have recommendations on where to find a personal trainer, you may share your thoughts in the forum below.