You decide your future health today

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Living healthier means living longer and happier, yet right now all over campus, students are eating and sitting their way to poor health. As an exercise science major about to begin his master’s degree, I feel responsible to tell you that you need to take advantage of the free nutritional and personal training advice offered right here at BYU.

To get professional advice in how to put together a healthy diet plan, a typical dietician can cost upwards of $100 an hour. A typical personal trainer in Provo costs more than $300 for just five sessions, so you would need to spend a ton of money just to get the results you’re looking for.

Maybe you’re afraid a healthier diet means you’ll spend more money. The nutritionists and dieticians on campus are already covered through your tuition payments anyway, and the nutritionists will help you budget a healthy diet. Maybe you think you don’t have time to work out. The personal trainers here on campus can help you have a concise yet effective workout program.

You can find these resources in the Smith Fieldhouse on the second floor just down the hall from the Student Fitness Center or in the Richards Building on the first floor by the front desk in the Y Be Fit office. So get down there and start on your way to a happier, healthier life — you already paid for it!

Heath Scott Partington
Raleigh, North Carolina

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