The Most Reliable Fountain of Youth – Here’s How to Enter It

If you’re like me, as you get older you start thinking more
about quality of life issues.

You want to thrive, feel good and be healthy today….AND you
want to maintain enough strength and fitness to help keep your
independence and ensure better quality of life as you get older.

Exercise is truly the fountain of youth for your body.

However, if you follow the conventional wisdom conveyed by the
powers that be, you will miss out on the wonderful benefits you
could be enjoying.

You’re surely aware by now of the benefits of regular exercise.
You read about it all the time in the papers and online. You see
it on TV news shows.

As the good Doctor Barr said, “If exercise was a drug, it would
be the biggest wonder drug to ever hit the market. People would
be clamoring for it.”

It’s been proven again and again: regular exercise and maintaining
at least a base level of fitness can help keep your body young
and healthy.

You know this….but do you act on it?

If you’re like many adults, probably not.

The conventional wisdom, as in the latest recommendations from
the authorities, is simply to do 30 minutes of moderate exercise,
at least three days per week.

This doesn’t seem too bad, does it? Basically, this means taking
a 30 minute walk at lunchtime a few days a week, plus a walk
on the weekend. Not too hard! Not asking too much.

However, you should be aware of something important.

In coming up with these guidelines, the powers that be actually
“dumbed down” their recommendations. They basically came in at
the lowest amount of recommended exercise they could get away
with.

Why?

Because they suspected – probably correctly – that if they
put together a real plan that would get real results, they
would scare people away. Most people would read it or hear it
and think, “That will be too hard for me”, or “That will take
up too much time”.

So they contoured their recommendations for the lowest common
denominator of adults in our society.

Generally speaking, following a plan geared toward the lowest
common denominator doesn’t get you very good results.

Here’s an analogy (I have this conversation now and then with
my friends and colleagues):

Think about all the silly, sometimes pointless rules and policies
in force at many corporations and government agencies regarding
employee behavior, absences, and so forth.

At some companies, the employee “handbook” is as thick as a
community phone book. Policies and rules abound, covering (or
attempting to cover) any and every contingency or possible
issue.

Are all these policies and rules really needed? I mean c’mon,
as adults, can’t we pretty much police ourselves…use common
sense and some common courtesy….get along and get our work
done?

Well, apparently not. Because, unfortunately, there is that
percentage of people who will always push the limits, take
advantage, not get their work done, sue the company for BS
stuff…well, you get the picture. You’ve probably seen this
for yourself where you work.

Basically, the company or agency has to write policies geared
toward the lowest common denominator. Which may not be the
optimal policies for the good workers, the dedicated workers.

I don’t want the lowest common denominator for you, my friend.

Because I know, by dint of reading this blog o’ mine, that YOU
want MORE from life.

You want to be smart about how you exercise. You want a program
that works for you and that gets the best possible results.

However, you’re also busy, running hard, and maybe stressed. You
don’t have all the time in the world to exercise. So you need
a program, an approach, that gets results with the least possible
investment of time.

If this is you, then I have something you’ll be very interested
in.

I have written a special report called, “Ten Universal Strategies
for Optimal Fitness”
.

This report is an easy-to-read, easy-to-apply distillation of
my many years of learning, experimenting, failing and succeeding
in the areas of enhancing fitness and health.

I cover – in a very concise and hard-hitting way – the most
important elements of a rational, efficient, and effective
approach to getting fitter and feeling healthier than you
ever imagined.

If you’re just starting out and getting back into shape, or
perhaps beginning an exercise program for the first time, this
report will point you in the right direction and show you
exactly what to do to get maximum results.

If you’re already exercising and in pretty good shape, the
information in this report will help you take your fitness
program and results to the next level.

These strategies are universal. They are time-tested. They will
work for you, no matter what your current level of fitness is
today. And they will help you get results, fast.

Here’s just some of what is included in this report:

-Four key principles which are the heart of a rational and
effective fitness or training program. You don’t have to devote
hours and hours each day and week to get into kick-butt shape
and achieve a robust level of health. Following these principles
enables you to improve quickly and consistently over time.

-How to prepare for and adapt your training to those times when
other factors – such as work or family obligations – may intrude
upon your program. You KNOW those times will happen, they always
do…and they can derail your best intentions.

But you don’t have to miss a beat. You CAN stay on course. I’ll
tell you how.

-Six super strategies that tell you exactly what to do to build
up your stamina and vital capacity, strength, flexibility, and
confidence.You can leverage these strategies regardless of your
current level of fitness…and you’ll begin to feel and see
results within 7 to 14 days.

-How to adapt this approach to the activities and/or sports
that you may already participate in, or would like to take up
again.

– I’ll also share several of my favorite and most effective
breathing and energy exercises, which help build up lung power
and internal energy. You can do them in just a few minutes each
morning to get a great start on your day…or before or after
your workout to enhance energy levels and performance.

-You’ll also discover how you can use breathing paired with
specific movements as a natural, intuitive and awesomely
effective way to wake up your body, brain and internal energies.

To get your own copy of my new special report, simply click on
this link: Ten Universal Strategies for Optimal Fitness“.

This will take you directly to the order page. Fill in your
info and I’ll mail you your special report. (Yes, this is an
actual printed report, not a download). I’ve had a limited
run printed and am offering it for only $19.95 while copies
last. And the shipping & handling is on me!

In addition, if you order today, I’ll also include one of
my most popular special reports, “The Five Most Critical
Mistakes People Make When Beginning an Exercise Program – and
How to Avoid Them”. You’ll receive this one in printed form too.

Superior health and vigor are within your grasp – no matter
what your age or current condition! Let me show you how.

Order “Ten Universal Strategies for Optimal Fitness” today!

You Can Do It!

Karen_signature

“Transform Body Mind and Spirit with Dynamic Energy Exercise!”
http://www.BestBreathingExercises.com

P.S. Superior health and vigor are within your grasp – no matter
what your age or current condition! Let me show you how in my
newest special report, “Ten Universal Strategies for Optimal
Fitness”. This is an actual report that I will mail to you (not
a download).

I’ve had a limited run printed and I’m currently offering it for
only $19.95 while copies last. And I’m covering the shipping and
handling. Plus I’ll also send you one of my most popular special
reports. Get your copy today! Click here.

Copyright, Karen Van Ness, 2014

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