We try to remind the public that in addition to the looks and athletics part of fitness are the big benefits. Strengthening your body is “pre-hab” and it comes from just plugging in and keeping the lights on. That is to say:
“You use your strength to maintain your strength”
Most start exercise programs having big short-term hopes. It is however long-term consistency which actually changes your quality of life and health. By having strength you not only protect against stress but have a reserve to rely on to keep moving forward. This stored supply of defensive energy is there in good times and bad.
The old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is definitely applicable to your health. Life isn’t always easy and it makes basic good sense to keep home base…your body, solid and safe.
Be well, be strong,
Andrew and Tierney