December 3, 2009 The Asset Queen

Myths Debunked: Time Magazine is so wrong.

A few months ago Time magazine had a cover story entitled, "Why Exercise Won't Make You Thin."

Their writers apparently have never snuck into a FUNIQ class, LOL. I'm just sayin'.

The story made some absurd (and undocumented) claims about the value of exercise, especially regarding weight loss. Want the truth?

"An overwhelming body of scientific evidence … confirms the positive role that exercise plays in weight loss and maintenance," says Dr. Cedric Bryant in a report debunking the Time magazine article.

Dr. Bryant is chief science officer of the American Council on Exercise (ACE). I'm ACE certified, so when Dr. Bryant talks, I listen.

He says if you want to get off the "weight-loss roller coaster…[you] need to regularly engage in physical activity."

There are a million great reasons to exercise even beyond weight loss:  treatment and prevention of many chronic illnesses like heart disease, hypertension, diabetes; improving your psychological health and well-being, and many more. 

Just read some of the testimonials to the left (or here if you're reading this by email) from the many people who've not only lost weight but gotten healthier by exercising at FUNIQ.

So don't listen to Time…and do keep moving.  You and your body will be thankful you did!

Your FUNIQ Fitness coach,

Bethanne

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