Harnick (Harneck) Kang on the Importance of Living an Active Lifestyle

Living an active lifestyle isn’t always easy.

Harnick Kang
May 28, 2018 · 3 min read
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Harnick Kang — Life can get in the way of staying healthy & active. You should prioritize self-care, and this involves staying active, in order to succeed in other areas of your professional and self-development.

Harnick (Harnek) Kang: 5 benefits of Living an Active Lifestyle:

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Harnick Kang — heart disease is THE leading cause of death in the United States and the United Kingdom. Staying active is one important facet to your strategy to counteract this ailment in your own life.

Improved Heart Health:

Heart disease is currently the leading cause of death in the United States and the United Kingdom. We should all be doing far more to reduce our risk of heart-related diseases, Kang claims. Exercising regularly is proven to strengthen your heart, improving the flow of blood and oxygen throughout the body and lowering your risk of suffering from heart disease.

Increased Energy Levels

If one of the reasons you’re not exercising is due to a lack of energy, being active is the perfect cure. Contrary to popular belief, exercising is proven to increase your energy levels, which will subsequently increase your productivity levels. Struggling at your job to remain focused and complete tasks? Exercise may just be the answer.

Reduced Stress/ Anxiety/ Depression:

Living an active lifestyle is also proven to improve your mental health in addition to your physical health. If you suffer from stress, anxiety, or depression, being active could greatly improve your overall mental well-being. Even just half an hour of exercise every day could help to make you feel more in control, more grounded, and just generally happier.

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Harnick (Harneck) Kang knows that exercise can improve poor posture, which leads to serious problems down the road.

Better Posture:

Maintaining good posture throughout the day is a must. Poor posture can cause serious problems later in life and can be severely crippling in some cases. Regular exercising will stretch and strengthen the muscles responsible for keeping you upright and ultimately get you sitting and standing up straighter.

Improved Self-Image:

If you’re not happy with what you see in the mirror, get active! Accomplishing fitness goals and getting in shape is proven to increase self-confidence and make you feel more satisfied about the way you look. Improved self-image will lead to more enjoyable interpersonal relationships and by extension, improve overall job performance.


Harnick Kang

Harnick Kang is a real estate professional in Sheffield…

Harnick Kang

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Harnick Kang is a property developer in Sheffield, England and focuses his spare time working out & remaining healthy, and tuning into the FIFA World Cup.

Harnick Kang

Harnick Kang is a real estate professional in Sheffield, England. Harnick is an avid enthusiast of FIFA soccer, and spends his free time playing with friends or catching up on professional matches.

Harnick Kang

Written by

Harnick Kang is a property developer in Sheffield, England and focuses his spare time working out & remaining healthy, and tuning into the FIFA World Cup.

Harnick Kang

Harnick Kang is a real estate professional in Sheffield, England. Harnick is an avid enthusiast of FIFA soccer, and spends his free time playing with friends or catching up on professional matches.

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