What is Fitness?
Fitness is 80% nutrition and 20% exercise. What you eat and how much you eat sets the baseline for your fitness. Exercise builds on that base and promotes the strength, flexibility and endurance you need to feel truly fit. Every individual has unique needs. With some help you can develop your own balanced approach to fitness.
I think of my body as an incredible miracle from God. Science shows the complexity of the processes the body employs to utilize food. Every question science answers about digestion triggers more questions. The big lesson I've learned is that we need to emphasize a whole food and natural diet, the foods our ancestors over the ages consumed. I emphasize vegetables, fruits, whole grains and nuts. I am moderate in consumption of meat and fish.
I am very careful when I buy processed foods. Far too many packaged and prepared foods contain added sugar and chemicals that are potentially harmful or known to be harmful to our bodies. By knowing how to read labels for the nutrient values and the ingredients good choices can be made, but it takes knowledge and dilligence.
Many of us lead sedentary lifestyles. We work at a desk. We sit and use our electronic devices. We just don't move like our ancestors did. Today it takes a conscious effort to give our bodies the exercise needed to maintain good health. I can help you select an exercise program that meets your unique needs.
Fitness goals are personal. If you want to make a change, you need to set your goal. Without it you will lose interest and focus. Your goal is yours, it can be what you want it to be. Do you want to lose weight, build muscle, have better endurance, gain weight or improve your figure? BakerBFit can help you establish goals and provide advice and support to help you be successful. With your goal we can help you select an approach to nutrition and fitness that will move you toward success. Importantly we can provide you the support you need on your journey.