TV and Your Health

Don't be a couch potato - personal training at Transformation in Raleigh

It is said that the average American watches 4 hours of TV per day! That is astounding! When is the last time that a television show changed your life for the better? The TV can be a huge distraction and can hinder your progress and dreams in any area of life. If you want to stay on track, avoid the TV during times when you could be exercising or being more active. Hiding the remote control, unplugging the TV, or even putting the TV in the closet can help lessen the possibility of avoiding your exercise, eating foods, and watching hours of TV instead. The fewer distractions and temptations in your home and surroundings, the better your chances are of reaching your healthy goals.

So, to sum it up –

Don’t let the TV (or anything else for that matter) keep your health and wellness dreams from becoming reality.

1 reply
  1. Sam
    Sam says:

    Or you can do what I did. When your tv catches on fire in the living room you put it out with your fire extinguisher and then you DON”T replace it. That’s kind of the extreme but you get my point.

    Thank you Barry for posting this. You’re absolutely right. People don’t realize that before the invention of the light bulb, humans used to sleep 10 hours a day.

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