The CDC has found that the average adult only gets about 15 minutes of physical activity a day.
Adults on average are supposed to get about 2.5 hours of vigorous activity in order to stay as physically and mentally healthy as they can.
— Fitness Quotes (@fitnessquoted) June 7, 2016
I spoke with Josh Fontaine, a student of the Fitness and Health promotions program at Fanshawe College about what changes I can expect to see in my personal life, once I add fitness into my social life…
Genetically, since our ancestors were forced to hunt for food, and since much of the work they did was hard labor, our modern bodies have adapted to develop this minimum requirement of physical exercise a day.
Working out will quickly give a boost to:
-and of course a boost to your biceps
The team here at CFRL decided to go out and check out the different opportunities Fanshawe College has set up for students to get in shape and stay active.
Here’s what we found…
If you have any questions on how you can turn your habits around, need tips on your current workout plans or could just use that extra push into the swing of things definitely speak with any of the Fitness and Health Promotions students in the school.
All would be happy to help you in your grind, while you help them practice their trade.
For more info click here to check out the CDC website for a full guideline to what you need to be doing to keep healthy and happy.