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The Fat Burning Fingerprint PDF eBook by Gary Watson full & legal download from Donna Jean. Feel free to share this book with your friends on Facebook! We hear very frequently that exercise is good for us in terms of weight-loss and general health. Today I am going to talk about why I am trying to keep an active lifestyle and what motivates me to do so. Hopefully, it will make you feel better about exercising as well! I started exercising because I wanted to lose weight. Simple but true. I was around 15 years old at that time and I weighed at my highest 106 kg or 233 lbs. After I lost a little weight (around 5 kg or 10 lbs), my mother agreed to pay a gym membership for me. I felt so thankful for this and I still do because this was one of the greatest choices I have ever made and the support from my mother made it possible. However, I was struggling. Walking for 20 minutes at the treadmill was pure torture for me. The best thing you can tell yourself when you’re overweight and get into exercising after a long time is: “Soon it will get easier. It’s only until you get used to it”. It is a very helpful quote. After a while, I, indeed, got used to the exercise and I was enjoying myself being active. During this time I also started to embrace Pilates, Yoga, taking walks outside and strength-training. I, of course, did my cardio at the gym but it wasn’t all about calories. It wasn’t only about strenuous exercise. My goal was to be “active” rather than a “calorie burning machine”. Unfortunately, later on I couldn’t afford a gym membership anymore but NO problem. Walking and light jogging became my staple and I was happy about it. I also purchased free weights and a yoga mat to do my thing at home. At 2015 I wasn’t overweight anymore but I had my final exams. I was only walking as the main focus was to go to university and that was okay. It was a very stressful period in general and I wouldn’t beat myself for not exercising as much. However, during summer I started being more carefree and enjoyed a variety of activities. I am a college student right now and I am trying to live an active lifestyle. What does that mean? It means that I try to include walking and jogging + workouts at home that fit me better. No, you do not need a gym membership to be fit. The only thing you need is to make a routine of exercising and try to maintain a certain level of activity every day. If you can afford gym, yoga/dance/martial art classes then that’s great. Go for it! For an active lifestyle is just great at any age. A healthy body leads to a healthier mind and exercise has been linked in numerous studies to the improvement of mental health. It will also connect you more with not just your body but yourself as a whole. Not only you will look stronger and good (that’s a cool benefit) but you will feel it as well. I exercise to release tension, to have a sense of achievement and it makes me try hard for the other areas of my life.