Certified Life Coach and Personal Trainer Joseph (Coach JV) Swann, says 2015 should be the year that people think about looking after their body and beating obesity.
2014 was a year where the media made it their mission to make more people aware of how serious being overweight was and how carrying extra weight and being obese could damage their health. However, it was not just the media who made a point of making people aware of how serious being overweight can be to a person’s health. The well known Personal Trainer Joseph (Coach JV) Swann also made it his mission.
In America, there are over 78.6 million adults who are overweight or obese. According to medical experts, unless more is done to educate people of how obesity can affect their health, this rate will rise. It is not just America who has a serious weight problem; the UK saw record figures in 2014 of the number of people who are overweight. According to official reports, 67% of men and 57% of women are overweight or obese, showing the problem is worldwide, and governments should pull together to tackle it.
Medical experts have warned that a person who is overweight or obese can suffer from serious health issues. These include Type 2 diabetes, depression, heart problems, and some forms of cancer. That is why Certified Life Coach and Personal Trainer Joseph (Coach JV) Swann wants people to think of 2015 as the year to get in shape and lose that extra weight.
Joseph (Coach JV) Swann, who wrote the best selling fitness book 12 Steps to Taking Back Your Body, wants adults to take getting fit seriously. He wants people to be aware that being overweight can reduce a person’s lifespan. That is why the fitness expert brings people up to date information and advice about fitness on his website http://coachjvswann.com, to help encourage people to start getting fit.
2015 does not have to be a year when a person looks in the mirror and wishes they could be slimmer. With Joseph (Coach JV) Swann help, 2015 could be the year where a person who is overweight could become slimmer and healthier.