On Raising the Bar…

Given the number of benefits that we derive even from moderate exercise, it seems extraordinary that the majority of people in the world do almost none.

The explanation for this is simple. Building strength and endurance requires pushing past our comfort zones and experiencing discomfort. It takes time before the obvious benefits kick in and most of us quit before that even occurs.

Both strength and cardiovascular training have a powerful impact on health, on energy levels, and on performance.

The typical recommended exercise is 20-30 minutes of continuous exercise, three to five days a week, at 60 to 85 percent maximum heart rate.

So dear friends, push the bar and start the day with exercise and you will feel the difference in your performance. Do it for yourself. Organise and schedule this with a group and it will become much easier.

Please take a moment to ponder… Exercise and push the bar!

“Health is Real Wealth!”

Yours Sincerely,

Joseph Bismark
Group Managing Director, QI Ltd

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