Optimal Exercises


“Take care of your body.
It’s the only place you have to live.”
Jim Rohn

Over-exercising adds stress. This is seen in the person who experiences no weight loss even after many months of hard-core training. Under-exercising, in contrast, will produce little benefit because there is not enough stimulus to create the body rebounding effect. The important thing to know about exercise is there is an optimal exercise, based on the individual’s fitness and health. The “more is better” approach to exercise is ineffective when you understand recovery is where it all happens. The key to getting a person to stick to a program is to optimize the exercise in order to obtain the most benefit from the least amount of exercise, and seeing steady progress over time.

What is your optimal exercise?

Find out how to determine the very best

exercise program for you

based on your health condition,

fitness, nutritional status, age and needs.