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When people build fitness and wellness into their life, it can result in more energy, boost your immunity to disease, help you lose weight, reduce stress, and make you just "feel better" about yourself. There are also steps "backward" to watch out for, however. Bad habits can adversely affect people's health. These are called negative lifestyle factors.
People shouldn't expect to build up all the good habits right away, or to shake all the bad ones overnight, either. By working steadily to reduce risk factors and improve behaviors a little at a time, increased fitness and wellness is possible for everyone. This program reviews the fundamentals of good fitness and wellness practices.