Dallas- With most spending every waking hour in front of the computer screen, any surprise that resolution to stay fit in the new year is out of the window and no sooner, we are back to our sedentary lives once again.
While you recline and read this piece, the American Heart Association reiterates, the 'inactive' trend is disastrous for your heart. 'Get moving' they say as they inspire one and all with their online fitness and nutrition tracker, to put you in the fitness mode.
The online fitness and nutrition tracker is soon going to be your daily reckoner - you will be able to log in the amount of exercise done each day along with details of calories consumed. By the end of the day the data of the number of calories consumed and calories expended will be on your screen- so that you could do something about it.
According to Government statistics, about 195 million people are overweight, putting them under risk of diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure, stroke and even cancer. The heart association is hopeful of a good participation from corporations in encouraging fitness amongst its employees. The association has suggested that organizations could promote fitness programs and reward employees for staying fit.