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  • Because when at @disneyland, ‘Tis only appropriate to post a quote from Mr. Disney himself 👆 Because when at @disneyland, ‘Tis only appropriate to post a quote from Mr. Disney himself 👆
  • Because when at @disneyland, ‘Tis only appropriate to post a quote from Mr. Disney himself 👆
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  • Thank you @deniseklatte for collaborating with us in our event A Taste of Wellness this Saturday, December 7!!!
Your presentation Vibrance!  Will be a wonderful learning experience!
Living a Vibrant life begins with you!
Keep your body healthy and your brain sharp, no matter how old you are! Age healthier and feel better for the rest of your life! Join Denise for this interactive hour of education, discussion,insight, and movement into how incorporating do-able “moves for life”can improve your energy, increase your strength and balance, prevent dementia, and decrease stress. Let’s strengthen your body & mind and improve your lifespan!
#wellness #vibrance #healthylifestyle #healthybody #sharpbrain #education #motivation #atasteofwellness #transformation #event #bienestar #move #🦋💚 Thank you @deniseklatte for collaborating with us in our event A Taste of Wellness this Saturday, December 7!!! Your presentation Vibrance! Will be a wonderful learning experience! Living a Vibrant life begins with you! Keep your body healthy and your brain sharp, no matter how old you are! Age healthier and feel better for the rest of your life! Join Denise for this interactive hour of education, discussion,insight, and movement into how incorporating do-able “moves for life”can improve your energy, increase your strength and balance, prevent dementia, and decrease stress. Let’s strengthen your body & mind and improve your lifespan! #wellness #vibrance #healthylifestyle #healthybody #sharpbrain #education #motivation #atasteofwellness #transformation #event #bienestar #move #🦋💚
  • Thank you @deniseklatte for collaborating with us in our event A Taste of Wellness this Saturday, December 7!!! Your presentation Vibrance! Will be a wonderful learning experience! Living a Vibrant life begins with you! Keep your body healthy and your brain sharp, no matter how old you are! Age healthier and feel better for the rest of your life! Join Denise for this interactive hour of education, discussion,insight, and movement into how incorporating do-able “moves for life”can improve your energy, increase your strength and balance, prevent dementia, and decrease stress. Let’s strengthen your body & mind and improve your lifespan! #wellness #vibrance #healthylifestyle #healthybody #sharpbrain #education #motivation #atasteofwellness #transformation #event #bienestar #move #🦋💚
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  • "Sitting will kill you”—this is a CNN headline that caught my eye a few days ago. In fact, many recent research studies have revealed that being sedentary and sitting too much will shorten one’s lifespan, diminish quality of life and contribute to the development of chronic diseases. 
Slowly, but surely, we have arrived at a daily routine that involves hardly ANY #PhysicalActivity, intentional or non-intentional. We are now reaping the consequences of not moving our bodies. This should give us a clue, namely, that our bodies were made to MOVE—not to be sedentary. 
The human body is an amazing and fascinating organism, which works BEST when it’s #active. In just a few minutes, physical activity boosts our metabolism. Research shows that physical activity decreases depression and increases self-esteem. This list could go on and on. 
Further, it is important to realize that the human body contains more than 600 muscles, which is an indication that the body was constructed for amazing physical capabilities. It is clear that the human body functions best when it is active. There is #power in #motion! 
Consequences of Physical Inactivity 
Further proof that the human body was designed to move, are the consequences of not moving. Physical inactivity leads to deterioration.

As soon as one sits down, electrical activity shuts off in the leg muscles. Calorie burning is significantly reduced (potentially to as little as one calorie or less, depending on one's height, weight, gender, etc.) and lipase, an enzyme in the legs that assists with the breakdown of fat, dramatically and rapidly drops. After two hours of sitting, HDL (the so-called good cholesterol) levels drop by 20 percent. After 24 hours of sitting, insulin effectiveness drops 24 percent and the risk for diabetes rises. Sitting increases the risk of death up to 40 percent. 
Hey, let's be creative and #move! 🤸‍♀️
#IceSkating #Skate
••• Source: https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/expert-articles/5282/proof-that-the-human-body-was-made-to-move
📽 by @jonathanrtg "Sitting will kill you”—this is a CNN headline that caught my eye a few days ago. In fact, many recent research studies have revealed that being sedentary and sitting too much will shorten one’s lifespan, diminish quality of life and contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Slowly, but surely, we have arrived at a daily routine that involves hardly ANY #physicalactivity, intentional or non-intentional. We are now reaping the consequences of not moving our bodies. This should give us a clue, namely, that our bodies were made to MOVE—not to be sedentary. The human body is an amazing and fascinating organism, which works BEST when it’s #active. In just a few minutes, physical activity boosts our metabolism. Research shows that physical activity decreases depression and increases self-esteem. This list could go on and on. Further, it is important to realize that the human body contains more than 600 muscles, which is an indication that the body was constructed for amazing physical capabilities. It is clear that the human body functions best when it is active. There is #power in #motion! Consequences of Physical Inactivity  Further proof that the human body was designed to move, are the consequences of not moving. Physical inactivity leads to deterioration. As soon as one sits down, electrical activity shuts off in the leg muscles. Calorie burning is significantly reduced (potentially to as little as one calorie or less, depending on one's height, weight, gender, etc.) and lipase, an enzyme in the legs that assists with the breakdown of fat, dramatically and rapidly drops. After two hours of sitting, HDL (the so-called good cholesterol) levels drop by 20 percent. After 24 hours of sitting, insulin effectiveness drops 24 percent and the risk for diabetes rises. Sitting increases the risk of death up to 40 percent. Hey, let's be creative and #move! 🤸‍♀️ #iceskating #skate ••• Source: https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/expert-articles/5282/proof-that-the-human-body-was-made-to-move 📽 by @jonathanrtg
  • "Sitting will kill you”—this is a CNN headline that caught my eye a few days ago. In fact, many recent research studies have revealed that being sedentary and sitting too much will shorten one’s lifespan, diminish quality of life and contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Slowly, but surely, we have arrived at a daily routine that involves hardly ANY #physicalactivity, intentional or non-intentional. We are now reaping the consequences of not moving our bodies. This should give us a clue, namely, that our bodies were made to MOVE—not to be sedentary. The human body is an amazing and fascinating organism, which works BEST when it’s #active. In just a few minutes, physical activity boosts our metabolism. Research shows that physical activity decreases depression and increases self-esteem. This list could go on and on. Further, it is important to realize that the human body contains more than 600 muscles, which is an indication that the body was constructed for amazing physical capabilities. It is clear that the human body functions best when it is active. There is #power in #motion! Consequences of Physical Inactivity  Further proof that the human body was designed to move, are the consequences of not moving. Physical inactivity leads to deterioration. As soon as one sits down, electrical activity shuts off in the leg muscles. Calorie burning is significantly reduced (potentially to as little as one calorie or less, depending on one's height, weight, gender, etc.) and lipase, an enzyme in the legs that assists with the breakdown of fat, dramatically and rapidly drops. After two hours of sitting, HDL (the so-called good cholesterol) levels drop by 20 percent. After 24 hours of sitting, insulin effectiveness drops 24 percent and the risk for diabetes rises. Sitting increases the risk of death up to 40 percent. Hey, let's be creative and #move! 🤸‍♀️ #iceskating #skate ••• Source: https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/expert-articles/5282/proof-that-the-human-body-was-made-to-move 📽 by @jonathanrtg
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