Instructions: Watch this video on healthy lifestyles and answer the questions. Then, read the script at the bottom of the page.
There are many companies that promote products promising amazing, and often, unbelievable health claims dealing with anything from weight loss to better memory power. However, how can we tell whether the claims are true or not? Search online for a product or service that claims to provide fantastic results, read over the information, and identify any parts of the ad that might be deceptive or misleading. Does the ad use an emotional appeal to get you to buy a product?
Hi, I'm Randall, and I just wanted to share with you three ideas on how to exercise better. Number one, choose something that you enjoy. If you like running, run. If you like lifting weights, do that as well.
The second idea is do it with someone. Uh, it's kind of boring to do exercise by yourself, but if you do, you know, exercise with a friend . . . I enjoy doing it with my wife . . . then you can talk, and share ideas, share goals together.
And that leads to the third point. Choose something that is realistic. Don't try to run nine days a week. Just start basic. Start easy, and as you do that, you can kind of work up to things to where you're feeling comfortable and feeling good about your exercise program.