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Each of us struggles with making healthy lifestyle choices on a daily basis. Too often, the road to fitness and health seems overwhelming. Work, family and life stressors steal our time and limit our ability to eat right and exercise.
Going to the gym is beneficial for your health. Many people would say that this is a no-brainer, but the reality is a bit more complex. Namely, without alertness to the dangers that creep in gyms, you may get more than sculpted body and mean muscles there. It is quite easy to catch the other gym visitors’ germs and this can induce health problems such as cold, athlete’s foot, and even deadly infections. Here are some of the most perilous and common threats and how to keep them at bay.
Staying fit is very difficult with all the temptation surrounding us (including Netflix, cheese puffs and ice cream), and not every one of us can really find the motivation to grab our gym bag and drag ourselves to the gym. If you are thinking the same, here’s the thing: you can bring the gym to your home. In that case it will be easier to find motivation and more difficult to avoid workout sessions if you know that you have your own workout space in the room next door.
I used to do the elliptical to The Biggest Loser, I muscled through Jillian Michael's bootcamp workouts, did aerobics and ate really "clean". I usually ate chicken or turkey, cottage cheese, whey protein, and string cheese. I also ate veggies, salad and moderate "carbs". The problem was that my cholesterol kept climbing. I was in the "high risk" category. My dad had a heart attack leading to a bypass. I didn't want to go down that road.