Fitness Tip from Roarke Sharlow
(A.F.A.A. Certified Personal Fitness Trainer)

  • Stronger Heart
  • Lowered Bp
  • Stronger Bones
  • Increased Hdls (Good Cholesterol)
  • Improved Sleep
  • Decreased Body Fat
  • Increased Ability To Perform Work With Less Fatigue
  • Increased Stroke Volume
  • Increased Cardiac Output
  • Improved Cholesterol Ratio
  • Decreased Stress And Depression
  • Improved Immune Function
  • Improved Glucose Tolerance And Insulin Sensitivity
  • Decreased Resting Heart Rate
  • Increased Caloric Expenditure
  • Increased Metabolism
  • Increased Endurance, Stamina, And Energy
  • Increased Ability To Metabolize Fat
  • Improved Quality Of Life

**Information provided in the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) textbook “A Guide to Personal Fitness Training” by Mary Yoke and Laura Gladwin**

 

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