- Q1: What are some of the reasons you exercise? #HealthTalk
- — TheChronicAdventurer (@ForEveryIBD)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:10:46A1 I excercise mainly to train for a big adventure that I have planned but also to destress and improve my mood #healthtalk
- — Kholoud Jamjoum (@khjamjoum)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:08:28
- — Bonnie (@greenurlifenow)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:08:57
- — Sarah J McNaughton (@junemcnaughton)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:09:27
- — Kara Fitzgerald (@runningkara)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:08:54A1: I started to exercise to lose weight. It has now become a part of my everyday life. Cannot imagine NOT exercising! #HealthTalk
- — Ashley Welch (@Ashley_LizWelch)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:11:38A1: Exercise helps ease my anxiety, gives me more energy, and just makes me feel so much better overall #HealthTalk
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:08:41The biggest exercise mistake I see people make is that they workout and continue to eat nutritionally poor products. #healthtalk
- — Aimee Huang (@Aimeehx3)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:12:25
- Q2: If you don't see results right away do you give up on working out?
- — Jamie Johnson (@IdiotRunnerGirl)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:15:20A2: I try not to give up, but if I'm not seeing results, there is less motivation to continue. Good thing I like running :) #HealthTalk
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:11:37Exercise is just one component of health; proper nutrition is vital to seeing workout results & preventing disease. #healthtalk
- — Jan Taylor (@getlivelynow)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:15:47
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:16:32In order to see results you have to be diligent in making smart nutrition choices. All foods are not created equal. #healthtalk
- — Kathy Birkett RDN (@KathyBirkettRDN)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:16:22
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:18:00You can't undo in the gym what you did at the take-out/fast food place. Pay special attention to eating nutrient-dense foods. #healthtalk
- — Ashley Welch (@Ashley_LizWelch)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:20:24A2: I've never set goals around particular results. I just want to stay active. The results of feeling better is enough for me #HealthTalk
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Thu, Apr 10 2014 19:20:28Avoid using the scale for results. Focus on good blood work, how your clothes fit, stress level, sleep, quality of thoughts #healthtalk
- Q3: Do you believe nutrition plays a part in seeing results from exercise?
#HealthTalk: Your Biggest Exercise Mistakes - Corrected
Sarah Stanley joined us for a live chat to discuss common exercise mistakes and how to fix them. Check out the recap.
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