Walnut Creek, CA (PressExposure) July 05, 2006 -- Marc David is shocked that 300,000 people die each year related to inactivity and other lifestyle choices. "People ask how they can keep focused to reach their goals?" says Marc in "UncensoredBodybuildingLive.com" "I'm passionate about my bodybuilding podcast because I can answer that question and tell you what to do."
The surgeon general said 85% of the most diseases are avoidable with simple changes in lifestyle. A Harvard Alumni Study of 17,000 applicants, found that slight exercise increases your life span by 28% and adds about 2 years to your life.
Even more shocking are numbers showing that:
â¢ More than 60% of U.S. adults do not engage in the suggested amount of physical activity.
â¢ About 40% of U.S. adults are not active at all.
David hosts a fitness podcast audio series UncensoredBodybuildingLive.com to help others start living to their potential. He calls his podcast "the first beginner's guide on topics like nutrition, training and supplements without all the hype! Each audio is about 5 minutes long. It's short and to the point."
"The podcast is great because it is something I can listen to every day while working and it keeps me motivated and on track, along with providing a tremendous amount of great information." - John Sturgeon
His tips for a healthy lifestyle are:
1. Track what you eat. David says that most people might know how many calories a day they need to reach a goal but they rarely track their eating. "My jaw always hits the floor when I ask people how many calories they ate today and they don't know!" If you don't know where you are, it's hard to get to where you want to be.
2. Start small. David suggests in his audio series that you don't try to do it all at once. People who try and make significant changes to their lifestyle are the ones who end up falling off the wagon. "Too much change quickly is uncontrollable and leaves you feeling overwhelmed."
3. Fitness is a lifestyle. David urges you avoid diets and fad supplements. Knowing how to eat healthy and right is something you can do anywhere at anytime. "90% of dieters fail because a diet is short term thinking. Being healthy and active is something you should do forever."