Moderate exercise is good for health. Regular exercise may be the closest thing to the fountain of youth. You can fight disease and the debilitating effects of aging with regular moderate exercise.
Are these legitimate statements or are they 'New Age mumbo jumbo'?
Find out for yourself.
- If you try exercise and do not find the experience of breathing more deeply to be enjoyable, let me know.
- If you row daily and do not find you improve in your strength and fitness, let me know.
- If you do not believe that science and the medical profession consider these points to be well-established, start browsing online or go to the library and start checking,
But, most importantly, row now. Stretch now. Do some core work and other cross-training now. And enjoy feeling better, having more energy, experiencing better health, and looking forward to a longer and more vibrant life. Experience it for yourself.
(Is exercise a guarantee of better health or avoidance of disease or of living to be 90 or older? Of course not. Nothing is. But it is a factor. Ignore this factor at your peril; make use of it to your greater enjoyment and long life!)