This Lance has trouble understanding why after years of evidence that has proven that a simple exercise regimen, along with eating some healthier food choices can improve one’s overall health some people still don’t get it. Smart intelligent people are ingesting dietary and performance supplements daily to lose weight in the name of better health, and not even trying to establish an exercise routine that has greater health benefits. This Lance is talking about a billion dollar dietary supplement industry that has established itself way before Lance Armstrong engaged in his unhealthy practices. This Lance believes there are many reasons why people are still drawn to these supplements.
For many, exercise is associated with pain, taking pills is not. This Lance realizes that when an individual first starts an exercise regimen it can create sore muscles, and breathing challenges, those aliments lessen and sometimes go away. However as a person gets older, some pain or soreness may never go away, it is just part of the aging process. In truth exercise can help lessen soreness and increase your cardiovascular capabilities or in simple terms help improve your heart. There is not a day that goes by that this Lance does not feel some pain from exercise. The pain would be much worse if this Lance did not exercise. This Lance has decided to make a commitment to exercise something others having trouble doing.
Some people find it easy to plan trips to going the store while finding it hard to plan trips to places to exercise. Also most people drive to the store even if it is close by to their home. While shopping in a mall can have some exercise benefits, it not as beneficial as going to park to exercise, less distractions. This Lance is not suggesting you have to commit to 20 hours of exercise a week, but consider 20 minutes a day for 5 days which is equal to about an hour and half a week. Most health experts agree that 20 minutes or more a day is a great start to improve one’s physical health. Also we as a society in the United States are TV watchers and tend to believe these TV commercials regarding supplements
Every day there is always a new or old commercial touting the weight lost benefits of dietary supplements with little input from the FDA. This Lance realizes that we as the consumer are being misinformed every day from TV commercials and if no one is countering these grandiose claims, people are being drawn in to those false health benefits. There is an old saying, if it is too good to be true, don’t believe it or at least do some research on that dietary supplement before taking it. Some individuals don’t want to take the time to find out what they are really ingesting. This Lance realizes that this is just the tip of the iceberg in what can be said about dietary and performance supplements, but some common sense cannot be ignored here. Also improving one’s health can take time, but less time than most people think. Dietary supplement manufactures make health claims that are sometimes very misleading but as the say goes buyer beware. For more information please contact the Lance the writer though http://www.dadsonpowermode.com/page1.php