Nutrition and Fitness Paper
August 29, 2011
Deno Rolin, MD., M.S.
Healthy nutrition and fitness are critical to superior wellbeing and are vital for the strong growth of children and adults alike. A large number of deaths in the United States each year are related to unhealthy nutrition and an inactive standard of living. This paper will discuss my current fitness and nutritional habits and ways that I can improve them by implementing new activities into my daily lifestyle. a. Explain your current fitness and nutritional habits. Also, briefly explain some of the health risks associated with obesity.
For starters, my current fitness and nutritional habits are in a roller-coaster effect. During the last four months my fitness habits have consisted of exercising for two or three weeks then not exercising for two or three weeks again. However, what I was doing for five weeks straight up until last week was a 90 day fitness program called Zumba is an at-home workout that uses different dance routine to help you stay feet, keep you energize to increase results. Here is an example of one week’s workout: The seven-disc DVD collection features seven total-body workouts, with varying levels of intensity:
• STEP BY STEP: A basic guide to break down the steps • ACTIVATE: A 45-minute, easy-to-follow class to get you started • RIPPED: Body sculpting featuring Zumba® Toning and Zumba Sentao programs • EXHILARATE: The original full-length fitness-party experience • RUSH: A 20-minute workout to amp you up • MIX: A rhythmic journey around the world • FITNESS CONCERT: Experience the party live (September, 2011).
For the first time in a very long time, I believe that my fitness habits have been much better than previous times. However, my nutritional habits have been