Some people assume that working out and going to the gym is only for people who are trying to look good, play sports, or be a bodybuilder.
Obviously this is how you can achieve these types of things.
But in reality, it’s also for people who want to live a long, healthy life.
And if we’re making assumptions, I’d assume you’re a person who’d like to live a long, healthy life.
While in your 20s and 30’s you may be thinking: “Well, I look and feel decent” and that you can just maintain this.
And, I know it may be disappointing to hear this, but as we age our metabolism slows down, our muscles become weaker, and our bone density starts to decrease.
This can lead to weight gain and all the diseases that come from obesity.
Weaker muscles will eventually make it harder to lift simple objects, balance and walk.
And, if you’re having trouble balancing and walking, you may fall on your hip, which if you haven’t been building bone density could break.
I realize this may be years away for some people, in their 20’s and 30’s, or it may be an issue right now.
But if you don’t start investing some amount of time building up your body through fitness it will more than likely become a problem or get worse in the future.
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