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[APPLY] So you want to start a healthier lifestyle but don’t know where or even how to start, exercise isn’t something only limited to someone with a gym membership. You can start by going on a walk in the mornings or the afternoons and work your way up to jogging. Then when you’re comfortable enough with your physical fitness move to weight training. CONCLUSION [REVIEW] So we’ve seen the two reasons we should make time to exercise regularly. First, being because it has positive effects on the mind. Second, being the positive effects on the body. [FINAL PUSH] Exercise is something that not everyone is physically capable of doing, so if you are blessed enough to be able to do it, don’t take advantage of that god given right. Get out and improve your overall wellness. [CLOSING AFFIRMATION] I know I’m going to keep putting all of this important knowledge into practice. But, I hope some of the things I said today encourages all of you choose to make the decision to exercise as well, so that you too can change your life for the better and make yourself a better human. Work Cited
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