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Health Tip: Stay Active! What are Ways to Live Better and Live Longer?

By Grant Law Office on January 16, 2010

This blog is a summary of the VLOG (Video Blog) located in the Wayne Grant video library titled “What are Ways to Live Better and Live Longer?”

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I am a health and fitness enthusiast, and as a personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer, I’m a big proponent of safety! Whether it is patient, consumer, driver or pedestrian, I am a big proponent of safety. A part of being safe is being healthy. We should all do a little bit everyday to keep ourselves safe by living a healthy lifestyle. ‘Staying active and exercising’ are the foundations for a long, healthy and productive life. We were made to be active, that’s the human composition.

Take a look at two different people in their fifties (like me): One active, and the other a “couch potato” and you’ll see the differences. There are tremendous differences in appearance, vitality, their ability to think and reason. So, in short stay active! Get some exercise everyday. It doesn’t matter if it is walking, running, strength training, or Stairmaster, just get some exercise every day, you’ll be better for it!

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