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You may think that getting started on a strict regime of health and fitness is tough. It certainly isn't easy but the thing to remember here is that as you exercise more and more, you actually become more motivated to continue! So getting started is really the hard part. Most people are already fairly physically active during their usual daily lives. Shopping, housework and gardening for example are activities that many of us do at some point throughout each day. By getting started on improving your lifestyle, health and fitness levels, you can really convert all of these simple but effective activities into exercise that can really help you to benefit the state your bodies and general wellbeing!

Try to do things such as walking to the shops as opposed to driving or using public transport and climb the stairs rather than taking the lift! These simple activities can make a huge impact on your fitness levels and therefore on your health too. As you exercise more, you'll find that you no longer suffer from fatigue so much and you'll have more energy to do the things in your daily life that you want to.

Once you have begun on the route to improved health and fitness, you'll probably not want to stop! You do however need to take it slowly at first or you might overindulge in exercising and this can result in injury so be careful!

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