Yes exercise not only help in increasing strength but also boost stamina and strengthen immunity system. Exercise reduce the risk of major health disease like hypertension, obesity, diabetes, certain types of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Napervillefitness boot campView Thread
I will advice you to join gym as gyms are the perfect place to add muscles, lose weight and tone body. In gym the possibilities are endless as advanced quality of equipment available in gym helps you to workout on all body parts.View Thread
Exercises boost immunity system and prevent us from major health disease like hypertension, obesity, diabetes, heart disease and some cancers so we must exercise regularly to lead healthy and active life.View Thread
Hi Savannah, I will advice you to eat vegetables and fruits more in your daily meals and drink more water than routine with regular exercises to maintain healthy body weight and to lead healthy and active lifestyle.View Thread
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