An optimal physical fitness routine is one of the best ways to improve your overall health and proactively maintain your health. At Alma Vida in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, Dr. Sonia Rich-Mazzeo, DNP, APRN, can help you prioritize and optimize your fitness habits to experience its benefits. For this purpose, there is no need to run a marathon or train for a triathlon if that is not of interest to you. Our programs help you achieve physical fitness by working smarter and not longer. Call the office or use the online tool to schedule an Introductory Call in person or online to learn more about integrating physical fitness into your wellness plan.
Physical fitness describes your strength, agility, flexibility, speed, and other aspects of your body’s movement. Dr. Rich-Mazzeo approaches fitness from a medical perspective to help optimize your overall well-being.
She and her team work closely with you to improve your fitness by recommending cardiorespiratory workouts, strength training, and flexibility work. Mind-body fitness is also part of your overall wellness plan.
You’ll also learn about your body and how it functions so you can gain a better understanding of its needs.
A focus on physical fitness helps your quality of life in numerous ways. Physical fitness helps with symptoms of chronic conditions and can actually help reverse them or halt their progression.
Being physically fit helps you maintain healthy organs, like your heart and lungs. Other benefits include:
If you’re not sick or unwell, physical fitness can help you feel your absolute best and deter the development of disease. Understanding how to manage your physical fitness enables you to maintain good health and improve your overall quality of life.
Physical fitness is a known antidote to depression and helps alleviate anxiety. You feel more capable and able to function properly. You’re able to enjoy activities with family and friends.
Exercise can help you feel more capable and confident also because you have the energy to get things done. Your sleep improves, too.
The good news is that physical fitness doesn’t have to take hours out of your day. About 20 minutes, most days of the week, are enough to give you notable health benefits. If you have limitations or don’t know where to start, Dr. Rich-Mazzeo's team can help you put together a plan and goals to improve your fitness and health.
Call Alma Vida to set up an Introductory Call, or use this website to schedule it online today.