|Dr. Nannette Rey, one of the speakers|
Being physically active is a major step toward good heart health. Cliché as it may sound, but as they say in the vernacular, “Galaw galaw para di pumanaw.” It’s one of the most effective tools for strengthening the heart muscle, keeping your weight under control and warding off any artery damage from high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and high blood pressure that may eventually lead to heart attack or stroke.
The doctors said this is the perfect time to get moving on your fitness goals because most of us are still working or studying from home. Regular exercise does more than help you to lose weight and build muscle-it’s definitely good for those reasons.
|Dr. Raul Lapitan talks about the importance of walking|
During this pandemic, since most of us are either homeschooled or working from home, it’s more difficult to stay active. Exercise should become part of our daily lives no matter what. It should be a lifelong commitment to preserve your heart’s function and to stay fit as well.
|Celebrity fitness coaches Toni and Jim Saret|
PHA Ambassadors Coaches Jim and Toni Saret had also shared how they kept the Philippine National Police fit and healthy. In fact, they personally guided former Chief Debold Sinas among many other policemen to lose their belly fat and become fit. In a video shown during the live webinar, they’ve shown how they trained the PNP staff even in the middle of work.
|former PNP Chief Debold Sinas lost a lot of weight because of the programs by the Saret couple|
|Coach Toni Saret instructs former PNP Chief Sinas to lift his legs|
|Other testimonials of weight loss and exercise|
The benefits of a healthy heart for longevity and quality of life are too great to ignore. A regular exercise routine will help you keep your heart healthy for years to come. Jog, swim, golf, hike, play basketball, dance, do yoga — whatever you love to do. The most important thing is to get out there, move around, and just do it.