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Exercise daily: Walk your dog

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Walking your dog is a great way to bond and burn calories. Start a daily routine by walking your dog in the neighborhood or park every morning or evening.

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Daily exercise is important for everyone! People who exercise daily, tend to be healthier than people who have a sedentary lifestyle. Here are benefits of daily exercise: remain within your Body Mass Index (BMI) range, lose weight, lower cholesterol and LDL levels, feel younger, decrease changes of developing Type 2 Diabetes, lower blood pressure, and release endorphins.

If you are not motivated to exercise on your own, contact a personal trainer in your area. Personal trainers motivate clients to reach their desired weight goal.

Most people within their BMI range exercise daily and eat healthy. Don’t wait another day, start exercising daily and improve your quality of life. Get a physical from your doctor or health care provider before exercising daily. Exercise + Healthy Eating = Weight Loss.

Enjoy daily walks with your dog.

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