How to Feel Better
Most of the time, when encouraging you to exercise, I focus on your health and fitness goals. These are two significant benefits, but there’s another side effect of exercise that’s hugely important…
How exercise makes you feel.
Every workout has an immediate impact on your energy, mood, body chemistry, and even your mental functioning. The endorphins released are specifically designed to make you feel good.
All of these factors combined create an overall feeling of well-being.
Who doesn't want to feel good?
The tricky part is that we humans are habit driven, and so our activity level (or lack thereof) is fairly consistent day-to-day and week-to-week. This makes the impact of each sedentary day less noticeable since another similar day causes no obvious change. It simply perpetuates a current state of sedentary un-wellbeing, with a slow decline over time.
Why this matters: You could begin feeling a lot better than you do right now by starting to exercise, and making it a daily habit.
This could come as a surprise, especially if you believe that the way you feel today is a given, and not something that can be changed or improved.
By maintaining a regular, effective exercise plan:
Your aches and pains can diminish or disappear.
You can feel lighter and your energy levels can improve..
Your mood can naturally become more optimistic.
You can avoid illness and disease.
You can think and process information quicker and with more clarity.
And then, once you’re in the groove of exercising regularly, you’ll forget about the pain, the sluggishness, and the discomfort that you used to just live with all the time.
Making regular exercise part of your life is a foolproof method for improving your overall well-being. It’s a gift that you give to yourself with each workout.
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