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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Stressed Out in Pleasanton Part II...

continued from Monday...
I remembered a theme that always seemed to float to the surface while surfing the web for information on stress, that is, exercise and diet can have a significantly positive effect on negative stress.  I use the term negative stress because I’ve learned there is also such a thing as positive stress. One might experience positive stress by taking a ride on a roller coaster, going skydiving, or racing a car around a track.  Positive stress is typically associated with an exhilarating feeling, and is often thought of as something that keeps us young and offers us a vibrant life style. Positive Stress has been clinically shown to extend the quality of life for many people.  So, that said, I am referring strictly to negative stress and how one might be able to combat it’s deadly effects.

Now where was I? Oh yeah, exercise and diet and how these two things seem to be the keys to combating the effects of negative stress.  I decided to focus first on the diet, and as you may have read in previous articles I’ve have written, my diet now consists of only 100% organic foods. As a result I’ve lost weight and have more energy.  After having addressed the diet I decided to dive head first into the world of physical fitness. I eventually decided it was best to work with a Certified Personal Trainer.  I was fortunate to find Mark Rogers who works out of the Try-Valley area.  He quickly took me under his wing and has been guiding me along the way toward a stronger, leaner and more energetic me.  After just two weeks with Mark I found that all of my negative stress related symptoms had vanished.  I felt great, my skin looked vibrant and  I had tons of energy.  Once again the bedroom became a place where I did more than just sleep and or work.  So all those people who kind enough to write about negative stress and how exercise and diet can combat its effects on our health, were absolutely right. As a result of my listening and applying those two simple remedies I have truly changed my life for the better.

The best part it was easy once I made up my mind to do it. Organic food is not difficult to find, even Safeway has a huge selection of organic products to choose from. My exercise routine is anything but routine. Mark makes it fun and is always changing things up, and best of all, its quick and effective. Thanks Mark your awesome!

So, if you’re feeling the effects of negative stress, try changing your diet, and most importantly get out there and exercise at least three to four times a week for just 30 minutes. After all exercise is positive stress and positive always kicks negatives A _ _ .


John-David Enright
~ Satisfied Mark Rogers Fitness Client

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