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  Fitness, Health and Wellbeing Corner

With 50% of the New Zealand adult population now overweight or obese, well above Australian, USA and UK rates, exercise needs to be higher on the agenda of many New Zealanders to help them stay healthy.

You need to take responsibility for yourself and get fit, healthy and active before its too late. As your body, fitness levels, wellbeing and health improves, so too will your life.

Being fit and healthy through exercise, good nutrition and general wellbeing will;

  • Reduce your propensity for diseases such as cancer and heart disease
  • Keep bones and muscles strong
  • Significantly increase your energy levels and vitality
  • Manage your weight
  • Make you look better and younger
  • Make you happier its proven to help reduce depression and manage stress
 

The average adult should drink at a minimum 2 litres, or eight glasses, of water daily. This is no urban myth. The average adult loses over 2.5 litres of water every day. Drinking eight glasses of water only replenishes what the body naturally loses through breathing, sweating and urination (the other 0.5 litres of water is consumed in food).
The human body is composed of 50 to 75% water (depending upon sex and body type) and water is vital for the proper functioning of every organ. 

 
Limiting Beliefs

Limiting beliefs – what holds us back, really holds us back from reaching our goals, making it all the way to the desired outcome? I have heard all the excuses under the sun and most of the time, they can be overcome.