-- Park a bit further away in the parking lot or walk to work.
-- Avoid the elevator or escalator and take the stairs instead.
-- Drink water before and with every meal.
-- Never diet, instead eat consciously from foods that are rich in color,
such as fruits and vegetables, to get necessary nutrients.
-- Include daily exercise such as walking.
-- Volunteer in your community and take time to love and appreciate those
Earl encourages people to get a fitness partner, or have fun getting fit with family, friends or co-workers. Mutual encouragement can help keep a fitness plan on track. "All it takes is one small step and you too can be on the path to feeling better about yourself, which in itself is very contagious and rewarding to those around you. It is a wonderfully victorious 'cycle'," concludes Earl.
This is the third, and most expansive, Health Awareness Tour. The first, in 2005, sponsored by CIGNA, consisted of a small band of cyclists, led by Earl, riding across the country delivering a message of health and fitness. On the 2006 CIGNA Health Awareness Tour, Earl was joined by Cordani and the team of cyclists rode from Washington DC to the company's health care headquarters Bloomfield, CT. This year the seven tours will include:
-- Anaheim to Sacramento (CA), Sept. 10-14, with stops in San Jose,
Oakland, Glendale and Visalia
-- Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, Sept. 10-14, with stops in North Fayette
(PA), Claymont (DE), and Voorhees (NJ)
-- Nashville (TN) to Atlanta (GA), Sept. 11-14, with stops in Franklin
(TN) and Chattan
|SOURCE CIGNA Healthcare|
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