Dallas Boot Camp and Personal Trainer – Tip of the week

Dallas Area Boot Camp and Personal Trainer Tip of the Week

Dallas Area Boot Camp and Personal Trainer Tip of the Week

Collateral Improvement

 

Diet and exercise also has a direct impact on one’s vocational life. All jobs in one way or another have some form of performance based competency that one must maintain. There is no way around the fact that when someone suffers from poor health it will have a negative effect on his or her performance. For example, I worked on an oil rig in Wyoming for two years with a co-worker named Ray that was sick quite frequently. The crew that I worked with consisted of six men. We all depended on each other and worked as a team to keep the rig running as efficiently as possible. We didn’t get time off for being sick in the oil field. When Ray got sick the other five men on the crew had to pick up Ray’s slack. This made an already physically demanding job even more stressful. Eventually our superiors fired Ray and we replaced him with a much healthier and productive man.
An individual’s overall health and well being is directly related to one’s level of physical fitness. Making good life choices to eat right and exercise will dramatically decrease a person’s chances of being sick. When serious sickness and debilitating illnesses strike a person, the whole family falls under the burden of caring and providing for their sick loved one. For instance, my father was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) when I was 11 years old. My dad lived with this terminal disorder for 20 years, the last 10 of which he was incapacitated and needed full-time care. My mother worked full-time as a print setter at a local newspaper and she hired people to stay with my dad during the day while she worked. After my mother suffered her first of two stress-related heart attacks, my two older siblings and I took turns at night helping my mother care for our dad. No doubt my father’s failing health overloaded my mother physically and emotionally resulting in a sharp decline in her health. Along with the physical and emotional burdens my parents experienced were the financial hardships incurred by both my mom and dad who required costly medical attention. The collateral damage from my dad’s MS struck the entire family in one way or another.
Living a healthy lifestyle is not only about looking and feeling better, it’s about everything and everyone a person’s life comes in contact with. Hi-tech industry has produced too much automation, inactivity and stress; predisposing this society to a number of degenerative or lifestyle related diseases. Most Americans know they need to exercise and eat better, but the problem is they lack the motivation to push themselves to change. Desire to change must be fueled by the proper perspective. The first step in making healthy life choices is the understanding that improved health results in long term collateral improvement.
Written by: David Yarbrough – Get You In Shape Personal Trainer
 

 

 
 
 
 

If you live or work in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Downtown Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Lake Highlands, White Rock Lake, Richardson, Mesquite, Arlington, Grand Prairie and other Dallas cities, the Dallas Boot Camp is minutes away from you. If you live or work in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Lewisville, Las Colinas, Carrollton, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Addison, Corinth, Highland Village, Dallas, and Famers Branch, the Coppell Boot Camps are just minutes away from you. Get You In Shape Boot Camp.

 

Get You In Shape’s programs include the Get You In Shape Boot Camp (Dallas and Coppell), 24 and 40 Day Challenge,sports specific training, weight loss programs, Corporate wellness plans, nutrition plans, core fitness training, strength training, toning and more. Clients include athletes (golf, basketball, tennis, football, track, baseball, baseball, volleyball, and softball) corporate executives, professionals, weekend warriors, cheerleaders, dancers, models, stay at home moms, and anyone looking for results.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Owner Brad Linder, has been featured in numerous newspapers and even as the fitness expert on the news 8 (ABC). He continues to use the gifts that he has been given to help serve the needs others have when it come to being healthy, losing weight, sports, toning up, and overall fitness.
More information about Get You In Shape at www.getyouinshape.com

 

 

The most important factor in loading a motor boat on a trailer is the approach. In order to smoothly land the boat on the trailer one must consider the wind, the water current and the angle of the trailer. One miscalculation in any of these areas could cause some costly damages. Likewise, the most important factor of living a healthy lifestyle is the approach. Most people approach diet and exercise without considering some of the relational factors that can serve as a huge motivation to making healthy life choices. In light of all of the life-changing benefits that being fit provides, one must not overlook how being physically fit improves the lives of those they closely associate with. Enjoying a healthy life can prevent burdensome trials for family, friends, co-workers and employers. Proper exercise and good health habits will improve a person’s emotional well being. Exercise reduces stress and promotes the release of endorphins, which in turn makes one feel better. When people feel better they’re happier, which plays an important role in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with friends and extended family. People who are happy have more of a positive attitude towards life and everyone with whom they associate. Exercise is going to make people feel better, causing them to project a more positive attitude, which results in happier friends.

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