PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 29, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Shai Fisher, Commack, NY
, is a physical education teacher and tennis coach at Syosset High School. Fisher enjoys instilling the importance of physical fitness in his pupils and his athletes. He applauds a new piece
from the Dallas News that encourages individuals to maximize their free time when it comes to squeezing in fitness during the day. Fisher is proud to coach his athletes to excellence in tennis, but also notes that he encourages all of his students to live a more active and well-balanced life.
The article explains that making the most out of free time can help a person to get exercise in during a busy day. This may include non-traditional measures, such as doing lunges on the way to the bathroom, or firing out a few rounds of squats between sending e-mails.
This is precisely how Susan Woolum toned up despite working long hours. While on the phone for a business-related call, she held a plank position. Though it seemed strange, Woolum noted that no one else knew what she was doing, and it helped her to maximize what would otherwise be down time.
Shai Fisher, Commack, New York, supports this innovative idea stating, "Many people believe that you have to block out an hour each day for exercise. In reality, this couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, the people who see results quickly are usually those who find small ways to incorporate exercise into their normal daily schedule. This may include doing lunges while waiting for a meal to heat up in the oven, or taking the long way to the bathroom at work."
Woolum also cites long walks around her neighborhood and sessions with a personal trainer as part of the reason for her newly fit state. She goes on to explain that she also takes long walks around the area where she works in Washington, D.C. during the day. Though these measures are certainly important, Woolum notes that smaller, unconventional actions also play an important role when it comes to getting fit and staying focused on mental and physical wellness.
It is often this combination of planned gym time, workouts with friends, and small daily measures that people find most effective when it comes to losing weight and getting healthy once and for all. Extreme plans usually only last for a few weeks, but some combination of the above makes it easier for a person to stay committed without feeling as if their exercise regimen is wearing them out.
"Anything extreme should be avoided when it comes to weight loss and wellness. It's just not feasible and sustainable. Most people don't have time to spend three hours at the gym each day, much as they may want to. But most people have time to squeeze in some squats at work, walk to lunch, and then hit the gym later in the week. This does not feel tiring, but it is a healthy lifestyle," states Shai Fisher, Commack, NY.
Shai Fisher, Commack, NY, is a health and physical education teacher at Syosset High School. Fisher has worked full-time at the school for seven years, but has nine years of experience as an educator. In addition to this, Fisher also serves as a tennis coach at the school. He works with the boys' varsity and girls' junior varsity teams, guiding them to excellence and winning seasons.