Having health insurance in the event of a serious illness or injury can be a major relief, even if it means your insurance premiums go up. However, it’s important to recognize that your insurance company may not be as truthful as they seem. In fact, most health insurance companies will work to get the most out of a situation instead of you.
For most, a car accident seems like a distant nightmare. Many have never experienced a car accident and believe they never will. However, car accidents happen every day, and those who are involved never expect it. Unfortunately, between 20 and 50 million people will be injured or disabled following a car accident according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel.
Wherever you are in your exercise journey, a personal trainer may be just what you need to take it to the next level.
Reasons to work with a personal trainer -
1. You're Not Seeing Results
If you've been exercising consistently for several weeks or months and aren't losing weight or reaching your goals, hiring a trainer may be a good choice. A trainer can look at your current program and eating habits and help you see where you could make changes to create more effective workouts.
I just read a really interesting article in the July/August IDEA Fitness Journal titled, “Zip Code Trumps Genetic Code in Determining Health” by Natalie Digate Muth. I was reminded of facts that I learned in a few classes at SOU last year as I was pursuing my Bachelor’s Degree in Health – and those facts are that where we live has a huge impact on our health.
Do you feel stagnated, not moving forward? Even if you do dutifully put in your gym time every Mon, Wed and Fri, and on the alternating days, you take that hike?Maybe you need something more challenging?Isn’t the fitness all about non-stagnation? What can you do next?What do you want to do which you have not done yet?Going out of our comfort zone, anyone?
Sodium sulphite can be used in wine and dried fruit. According to the FDA, approximately one in 100 people are sensitive to sulphites in food. Individuals who are sulphite sensitive may experience asthma, headaches, breathing problems and rashes.
Exercise is a very important part of overall health. Most healthcare professionals will recommend some type of regular exercise to anyone in order to help them maintain their health and wellness over time. However, every workout program comes with its own set of risks.