Fitness By The Numbers
Fitness By The Numbers

Fitness by The Numbers

Dallas, TX, January 31, 2006 – Over 60 percent of American adults are obese – a troubling statistic when coupled with the fact that obesity is reported to be the second leading killer of American men and women.

“Being overweight increases the risk of coronary heart disease by typically increasing blood cholesterol, triglyceride, glucose and insulin levels, as well as blood pressure,” according to material from the Cooper Institute in Dallas, Texas.

All adults need to be aware of their measurable numbers – specifically; body weight, blood pressure, HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, triglyceride levels and fasting blood glucose levels.

Although genetics is responsible for dispensing hereditary conditions, men and women can see a significant difference in their measurable numbers by taking steps to improve their everyday lifestyle.

Lady Trainers To Go personal trainer, Sherry Simmons suggests taking the following steps, based on a training program with the Cooper Institute:

  • Stop smoking, using drugs and chewing tobacco
  • Limit alcohol
  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat less animal fat, cholesterol and sodium
  • Eat more complex carbohydrates
  • Drink more water
  • Achieve and maintain ideal body weight

Do the steps sound too difficult? Statistics show that 85 percent of deaths prior to age 65 are both preventable and unnecessary. These deaths are often the cause of poor lifestyle decisions. The choice to make small daily decisions regarding time spent exercising and the types of meals being eaten should be considered investments.

“Men and women must make healthy food choices and remain physically fit in order to live an active, full, and functional life,” said Simmons.

For more information on establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through exercise and nutrition, visit http://ladytrainerstogo.com.

Lady Trainers To Go is a Dallas-based business founded by CEO Robert Korngiebel in 2005.  The company caters to female clients by providing them with some of the best female nutritionists and personal trainers in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.  All trainers work with their clients in the convenience and privacy of the client’s own home.  They design programs based on individual needs and goals, and provide all equipment necessary for an effective, challenging workout. For more information visit http://ladytrainerstogo.com or e-mail news@ladytrainerstogo.com.  

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