Hi peeps, Ruan over here.
I’m really glad to be here once again updating our 395th post at VPFI!
Que tal aproveitar essa quarta-feira para estudar um pouco de reading? Para você que não sabe o que é “reading”, nada mais é do que a leitura, parte muito importante na jornada rumo a fluência!
Ler é um atividade que vai te ajudar a adquirir muito vocabulário novo, ajuda a fixar melhor as palavras e faz muito bem para saúde.
E falando em bem para a saúde, o texto que você vai treinar sua leitura é exatamente sobre isso, como ser saudável com costumes simples do dia-dia, use o texto para estudar de acordo com seu nível de inglês, tente compreender mesmo sem entender algumas palavras, use isso também para procurar palavras novas que você não conheça e coloque-as em seu vocabulário! Bons estudos!
You know you need to exercise, but there are many excuses not to do it. You’re too busy, don’t know where to start, you’re not motivated or you’re afraid you’ll injure yourself. Maybe you think exercise has to be really hard or it isn’t good enough.
Whatever definition you have about what exercise is or isn’t, the bottom line is that exercise is movement. Whether it’s walking around the block or running a marathon, that movement is exercise and every time you move more than you normally do, it counts.
It’s great if you can spend time exercising—meaning you’re sweating, working in your target heart rate zone, or doing something to strengthen your body. But it doesn’t always have to be that way. Moderate activities like chores, gardening and walking can make a difference.
The Benefits of Movings More
The great thing about moving is that just a few minutes a day can have lasting benefits, many of which you may not even be aware of.
Just some of the benefits include:
- Reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes
- Improves joint stability
- Increases and improves range of motion
- Helps maintain flexibility as you age
- Maintains bone mass
- Prevents osteoporosis and fractures
- Improves mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression
Eating Well Without Being Miserable
Eating a healthy diet is another part of a healthy lifestyle. Not only can clean diet help with weight management, but it can also improve your health and quality of life as you get older.4 You already know about the food groups and the fact that you should eat more fruits and vegetables and less processed foods. You probably have a list of things you know you should do for a healthier diet but, again, making too many changes at once can backfire. Going on a restrictive diet may make you crave the very foods you’re trying to avoid. Another approach is to look for ways to make smaller changes each day.