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Outline of Persuasive Speech on Exercise (Persuasive Speech)

I. Introduction (Attention/Need)

*****. When was the last time you said, "I do not have time to exercise?" Last week, yesterday, or ***** it the ***** sunny day when you saw confident, athletic runners enjoying the sunshine? When was the last time you said, "***** do not have ***** to watch television?" Probably never! But like any form ***** entertainment, exercise should be fun. Exercising does not ***** to be a chore! We can all enjoy the *****nefits of exercise by participating in daily hobbies that make us feel good.

B. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on "***** and Fitness" (2008): "There are 1,440 minutes in every day. Schedule 30 of them for physical activity!" This can be as simple as go*****g for a walk—whatever you find *****able!

C. Ten years ago when I joined the armed forces, ***** thought ***** ********** of exercise could only be enjoyed through regimented disciplined training. To*****, without the discipline of the military, I enjoy running like ***** did in the armed *****.

A also enjoy other hobbies such as swimming, kayaking, hiking, and simply strolling down the sidewalk.

*****. Claim:

***** like ***** all to find a hobby th*****t inspires you to incorporate ***** fitness ***** body streng*****ning into your life!

II. Body of ***** (Satisfaction)

Attention How would you like to lose weight, add years to your *****, and lower your risk for chronic illness?

A. Purpose: It's not in a pill, and it has no side effects—the answer is exerc*****e.

*****. Techniques: Exercise burns calories which *****s your ***** of coronary heart disease, stroke, non-*****sulin-dependent (type 2) diabetes mell*****us, high blood pressure, and colon cancer by **********% according ***** the U.S. Department of Health ***** Human Services (1996). Active people have lower premature death rates as well.

2. Need (***** or *****)

*****. Purpose: Sometimes the first step ********** the couch is the hardest step. It is my desire to motivate you all to make that first *****, to find something you love, and commit ***** improving your physical and mental health.

B. Techniques:

1. State need a. Lots of times, we feel we ***** little energy, so we grab a cup of c*****fee—and a sugary doughnut.

b. But re*****y, *****'re ***** adding to the problems of inactivity and a lack of *****—the less we move, the less fit we become.

2. Illustration: Everyone knows someone who was once a jock in high school, but no longer competes.

*****. Ramifications: But exerc*****e is a healthy habit that you need to keep up with, here and now—to build healthy bones, lower your cholesterol, ***** keep your weight and blood sugar under control, acc*****ding to ***** CDC ("Why ***** I be active, 2007, *****).

4. Pointing: The importance if exercise is so great you can't afford not ***** exerc*****e—if you don't find time to do it, you'll shorten ***** time on earth.

***** (body)

A. Purpose: Even moderate exercise can result

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