Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Ask Glen!

Q. Glen, I am Stressed Out What Can I Do?
A. Being stressed out is no fun. Everyone knows that. But what a lot of people don't know is that in addition to making you feel anxious and irritable, stress can also cause physical issues such as headaches, muscle aches, back pain and sleeping problems—things you might not immediately think of as being caused by stress.
The good news is, there are plenty of easy, healthy ways to help you reduce stress and feel better.

Exercise. Go for a run. Take a hike. Swim some laps. Pretty much any type of physical exercise can help bring down your stress levels and improve your overall sense of well-being. And, of course, exercise is just plain good for you. Remember to talk to your doctor before beginning or changing an exercise routine.

Massage. Shiatsu. Deep tissue. Swedish. Or a good old-fashioned back rub. Whatever kind of massage you prefer, it's one of the more enjoyable ways to reduce anxiety.

Yoga. Hitting the yoga mat is another great way to help manage stress. It can also help you tone your muscles, lose weight, increase flexibility and improve balance.

What it means to feel better.
Feeling better is not just about the pills we take. It's about the choices we make every day—whether it's exercising to reduce stress, getting an extra hour of sleep or making healthier food choices.
Any personal health questions or problems mental or physical or before starting any diet or exercise program.

Please consult your physician !
My mission is to provide you with "Trusted Advice for a Healthier Life."
Yours in good health

Any questions?
Ask Glen!

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Is the Founder of Fitness Builders 4 Life,the WorkOut GEM,G350,G180, G90, Eat 4 Life, Clean, Lean & Mean & Ask Glen. The mission of the Fitness Builders is to provide the community with health education and to empower people to change unhealthy lifestyles thereby increasing life expectancy. By educating the community on healthier lifestyle practices it is the intent of Fitness Builders to reduce the ravages of obesity, heart disease, cancer and other lifestyle or self inflicted diseases. Glen is also a AMA Certified Nutrition Specialist and a ACE, ACSM, NASM Certified Personal Trainer has 30+ years in Sports, Exercise Science and Nutritional Food Management, Learning and Mentoring Men and Women on a more Mental & Physical Healthy Life Style consisting of a low fat, low salt, Low carbohydrate, high protein, organic nutrition which also includes moderate exercise and mental awareness. Stay Informed, Live long and be Mentally and Physically Healthy! Any questions? Ask Glen!

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