Personal Statement On Taking Fitness Wellness

1147 Words Apr 19th, 2016 5 Pages
At the very start of the school year semester. I was not at all fond about taking Fitness Wellness. I was honestly dreading the fact of working out. However, I knew I needed to take it and be a trooper about it. After all I could not really debate about it or complain about it. The Reason being it was a requirement set for me. Even though I was not excited about taking this program. I still decided to set up some personal goals, before starting the course. One personal goal of mine was to lose the extra body fat I had gained in the past months. My second goal was to achieve a healthier lifestyle by eating healthier. My third goal was to work out more and lastly gain a toner body figure like a healthy model you could say. In total I settled …show more content…
I started getting more sleep, even though sometimes it felt like I was sleeping less. I was awaking up feeling more relaxed and rested.
Changing my unhealthy lifestyle was the best chose I ever made. I even changed the vegetable cooking oil I cooked with to a healthier cooking oil. I replaced it with extra virgin olive oil. in an article states that, “Extra virgin olive oil is fairly nutritious. It contains modest amounts of Vitamins E and K and plenty of beneficial fatty acids. Also, it is very high in monounsaturated fats. Extra virgin olive oil is loaded with antioxidants, some of which have powerful health benefits”. For that reason, extra virgin olive oil is considered as a healthier oil. This wonderful program has impacted my life greatly. Am very glad I pushed through on taking Fitness Wellness.
Fitness Wellness expresses the fact of how important it is that we all take care of our health. Paying attention to our health is very important. If we do not want to run the risk of getting a chronic disease. in an article states that, “Chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and arthritis are the leading causes of disability and death in New York State and throughout the United States. More than 40% of New York adults suffer from a chronic disease, and chronic diseases are responsible for 23% of all hospitalizations in New York State.
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