Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in Fitness Basics |

Quite recently, one of my relatives underwent heart surgery in result of a minor stroke. He is a 45 year old with 02 kids and working for a corporate company. While he was recovering from the operation, I visited him and besides regular talk, asked him about his views on exercise. He told me that the doctor has strictly advised him to have a 30 minute walk every day. It is a must-to-do thing otherwise he will end up in a surgery again.

That led me to thinking about all those personnel who have been spending hours and hours in the office doing tons of work while sacrificing their health and personal life. This blog is dedicated to all such people/executives…

#1. Fitness cannot be delegated

Health and fitness are purely personal, they cannot be delegated down the line like work/assignments.

#2. Exercise to release (rather neutralize) work-stress

Top executives are highly paid people with huge responsibility. They eventually will end their day at the office with a lot of stress. How about a walk, a jog or a weight-training routine?

Trust me, it does marvels…

#3. Neglecting fitness can be detrimental to performance at job

Most of us are already doing it, frankly saying. All your body needs is just 25-30 minutes/day (that too for 05 days). Cant we all do that, after all we have been using it throughout the day and for the rest of our lives…

The relative I talked about at the start had to take 02 months of sick leave for recovery. How is that for a 10 month ‘Yearly’ appraisal…

#4. Probability of Success is 100%

Start working out and find it yourself. Appearance of results might differ from person to person, but they will always be good.

#5. Your body will appraise you with reward

All of us work to get appraised. By year end, we all fill our appraisal forms and discuss them with our bosses. Their is however, one boss that remains with us through out our lives. Only output it requires from is good, clean habits. Start doing it and you will win laurels in the end…

 

This is it for now, take care. Love yourself and love your body!