Is “Move It or Lose It” Really True?

Staying active and exercising on a regular basis is one of the keys
to maintaining and enhancing your energy levels.

It also helps you be more productive. The time you take for
exercise, even if only 20 to 30 minutes, can return as much as two
additional hours of productivity to your day.

As you get older, you have to continually work on building and
maintaining your vital capacity, the ability of your lungs, heart,
and muscles to do their jobs efficiently and effectively.

Vital capacity naturally diminishes as you get older, unless you
do something about it. If you’ve been inactive for any length of
time, you have even more incentiveto build yourself up, because
you’re starting from a lower level.

From my experience training clients, I’ve found out that many
people shy away from conventional exercise programs. They think
they are in such bad shape that they will injure themselves, or
not be able to perform at a decent level.

They also sometimes dread the thought of working out at a gym.
They think everyone else will be in shape. They worry that they
will not know which exercises to do or how to use the machines or

For some people, the issue of time is paramount. They just aren’t
sure they can fit regular exercise into their schedules.

If you think you’re not yet capable of conventional exercise…OR
if you are intelligent enough to know you should start out slow,
you can get started today with the exercises in the Secret Power
of Dynamic Energy Exercise Course, Volume 1: Invigorate and

The exercises in this course open up the breathing spaces of the
body. They stretch, extend and work out all the kinks along your
entire spine, a critical source of energy. And they help you easily
and effortlessly loosen up your body, from calf to neck.

The movements in this course provide an excellent way to prepare
your body and “re-introduce” yourself to exercising.

If you’re usually tired, often worn out, or chronically fatigued,
you may have some sort of block on your internal energy. Imagine
what a profound change will occur, in your body and spirit, when
all circuits are open and your energy is flowing.

Whatever you do, the important thing is to get moving, even if it’s
only for 15 or 20 minutes each day. Build some type of activity
into your daily routine. Make sure you incorporate deep breathing
into whatever you are doing.

Within a few days, you’ll feel better, have more energy, and enjoy
a more positive outlook.

You Can Do It!


“Best Breathing Exercises: Transform Body Mind and Spirit with
Dynamic Energy Exercise!”
Copyright, Karen Van Ness, 2011

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