We have started this global initiative as we fully realise the enormous power that everyone being fitter and healthier throughout the world brings to society on so many levels.
But are you fully aware of what an enormous difference this would make to the world? If not, then be sure to read the below content which spells out the full range of benefits that would come from people throughout the world obtaining a better level of physical and mental fitness, health and wellbeing.
It’s truly mind blowing what could be achieved here….so be sure to read on…….
1. Reduction of major illnesses
If people throughout the world obtain a greater level of physical and mental fitness through physical training and exercise, then it’s proven and accepted that cases of major illnesses would significantly reduce throughout the world.
Illnesses such as heart disease, strokes, type 2 diabetes and cancer would be significantly reduced, leading to all sorts of benefits throughout the world as people become healthier and require less treatment for these types of diseases and illnesses.
2. Mental benefits of exercise
Physical exercise and training has been proven to have many mental benefits as well as just physical ones – again the list of benefits is long and impressive.
Regular physical exercise has been proven to boost self-esteem, improve mood, improve sleep quality and energy levels, as well as reduce people’s risk of stress, depression, dementia and other mentally related diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Quite simply the best way of summing this up is that if exercise were a pill that everyone in the world could take – it would be one of the most effective and cost-efficient drugs that the world had ever seen! Now you can’t argue with that – so you can start to see the true power that getting the world more physically active and exercising more can bring to societies all over the planet!
3. What level of physical activity are we talking about?
As part of the initiative, we aim to encourage people all over the world to participate in at least around 150 minutes of physical activity over a week through a variety of exercise – this is the recommended amount by industry professionals and thought leaders so this is what the initiative is based upon.