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The Best Exercise
To Lose Weight and Energize Your Heart and Lungs

 

Covert Bailey, nutrional biochemist and author of several books on exercise and weight loss quipped, "The best exercise is the one you actually do."

 

His point is well taken. It's a lot easier to talk about exercising than it is to do it.

 

The definition of inertia is, “The tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest or of a body in motion to stay in motion.

 

Until I was fifty-nine years old the first part of this definition fit me perfectly. My body was “at rest” most of the time—and in spite of my best intentions my body seemed determined to “remain at rest”.

 

I was going to get started exercising “one of these days”, but not just now. I  was just “too busy”.

 

My motto was, “Anything worth doing is worth putting off.” It took a 6-way heart bypass operation to get me “in motion.”

 

After eleven years in working with new exercisers it is apparent that the hardest thing about exercising is getting started.

 

One of our new members said to me, “I hate exercise, but I know that I have to do it.” A few days later she made a point of telling me, “I can’t believe it but I’m actually enjoying this.”

 

The second most important factor in being successful is to be  consistent.

 

The hard work goes on in the brain.

It takes about a month of regular exercise to create a new habit.

 

When you are “hit or miss” you subject yourself to the worst of both worlds. You feel guilty for missing—and you show little or no improvement in how you look and feel.

 

Exercising does not come naturally.

Researcher Ray Borowitz says we must learn to expect to “not want to exercise.”

 

Borowitz contends that our subconscious acts as an inner brake that is as powerful in preventing the best exercise, as the drive for hunger is in getting us to eat. My personal experience bears this out.

 

To neutralize this negative drive we must focus on the immediate and long term benefits of exercise.

 

An enthusiastic member commented, “This is one of the best things I’ve ever done.”  Another said, “I wish I had started a long time ago.”

 

Gene Millen, describes the best exercise to lose weight.I'm Gene Millen. Seventeen years ago a heart surgeon sawed open my chest and stitched in bypasses to six of my favorite heart arteries.

 

That got my attention...and started me on a journey to helping others avoid my mistakes.

My experience in searching for the best exercise for heart health and weight loss includes working with hundreds of people in the Vital Life Center, a health and wellness club for the "over 50 crowd."

I've been certified as a Physical Fitness Specialist by the Cooper Institute in Dallas, Texas, the leading Preventive Medicine Clinic in America. I also hold certifications as a Medical Exercise and Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist.

I figured that I knew just about everything there was to know about the best exercise ...until I discovered Dr. Sears' new PACE® program. Yes, it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks.

The best thing about the PACE® exercise system is that the workouts never last more than 10 to 20 minutes.

That means your body burns carbs during exercise, not fat. After you finish the routine, your body starts burning fat to replace the carbs it just burned.

In fact, your body will burn fat for up to 24 hours after you complete your PACE® workout. It even burns fat while you are sleeping!

The trouble with endurance exercise is that low intensity workouts for long periods of time cause our bodies to store fat. Once you pass the 15 to 20 minute mark, you start burning fat during exercise.

This sounds like a good idea but our body just doesn't work this way. Low intensity endurance exercise tells your body you need fat to burn as fuel during exercise.

As a result, your body will make and store more fat to prepare for your next run or aerobic workout -- a never-ending cycle making it impossible to get rid of that stubborn fat that never seems to go away.

After a few weeks, your body gets the message that it doesn't need to store excess body fat at all!

If you need more exercise but just haven't got around to it because of a busy schedule...or procrastination, why not get started today? You will never regret taking better care of yourself.

Dr. Sears has produced results for thousands of people from around the world. And he can do it for you.

Al Sears put everything you need to get started in his new science-backed book, PACE: Rediscover Your Native Fitness.

And the best news? This book is so affordable, it makes no sense not to have it -- and use it to lose weight, optimize your health and improve your vitality and energy.

Click this link to learn more about Dr. Sears PACE® Program. It is absolutely the best exercise to lose weight and energize your heart and lungs.

 Gene

 

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