I think it’s more important to be fit so that you can be healthy and enjoy activities than it is to have a good body.
I think if you exercise your state of mind – my state of mind – is usually more at ease ready for more mental challenges. Once I get the physical stuff out of the way it always seems like I have more calmness and better self-esteem.
I think a basic level of fitness can help the body cope with all manner of incidents.
I have been through various fitness regimes. I used to run about five miles a day and I did aerobics for a while.
I have long recognized a link between fitness and mental health and I think we need to encourage young people to take part in sports and team activities because we know it has such positive results.
I have been particularly struck with the overwhelming evidence which is given as to the fitness of the natives of India for high offices and employments.
I don’t smoke don’t drink much and go to the gym five times a week. I live a healthy lifestyle and feel great. I can run a marathon you know.
I concentrate on exercises from the waist down since that is the laziest part of a woman’s body.
He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.
Flexibility is crucial to my fitness. Incorporating a good warm-up and cool-down into every session decreases my chances of injury. I use both dynamic and static stretching in my training. I’ve starting doing a few yoga sessions which incorporates muscle strength and flexibility.