A Principle To Live By: Working Out

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There are many diet drugs in the advertising market try to get consumer interest in. We live in a modern nation, a busy life prevent us from getting our weight manage properly. In addition to this, people try a lot of diet pills in hope to get rid of the unnecessary weight. But dieting drugs can be harmful to clients because of the side effects of the particular drugs. The effective way to lose weight is through exercise.Exercise is definately healthy for bodies. It keeps the immune system going strong to protect us from diseases. I remembered an incident that totally changed ...view middle of the document...

Price is sometimes a concern for people who want to keep fit. They think doing physical training cost them more than any other ways to help lose weight. Exercise is actually cheaper than any other way to lose weight. Jon, a friend of mine, spent a lot of money on diet drugs hoping to lose weight fast. But that didn't work for him, because the diet drugs he had used had side effect on him. AFter consuming half of a bottle of the dieting pills, he experienced several side effects. Working out sober. The results were satisfying. "There is no need for wasting my money on the pills, now I have found a better way." said Jon.Working out is fun also. Exercises can take places in many places. There are gyms avaialble at school. Next, we have fitness clubs. After that we have parks, malls, supermarkets and so on. We can run in the parks. They are free for public users. For malls and supermarkets, we can ejoy shopping and walking at the same times. In the fitness clubs and gyms, we will feel the joys of work out because more people there, and it is the best motivation we can get. So that is what it means that having fun exercise is like going to places.For the conclusion, exercise has changed my life so to others. I would like to grab this last opportunity to say that working out is healthy, is cheap and fun. So today, why not give it a try. Let be hurry!


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