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It’s normal to have days where you just don’t feel like exercising ~ You feel too busy, too much to do, too stressed and too tired. But you quickly forget how you feel after a workout & the amazing benefits an exercise routine gives you!
To Be Happier ~ Exercise has been shown to stimulate brain chemicals that induce relaxation and happiness.
To Reduce Disease ~ Exercise has been proven to reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, cancer and osteoporosis and a great defense against type 2 diabetes.
To Look Amazing ~ Exercise firms your muscles, improves your posture and even makes your skin glow. It’s very rewarding when the people in your life start to notice your transformation.
To Be Energized ~ Remember that “high” you experience after a great workout? Exercise raises your endorphins, providing you with more energy throughout the day.
To Get Better Sleep ~ Exercise boosts energy levels during the day, but also wears you out. Recovering from a challenging workout will help you relax and reach a deeper level of sleep.
To Slow Aging ~ Regular exercise is one of the most effective ways to slow aging. As we age, our bodies lose muscle and bone and gain inflammation. When you exercise regularly, you will see a reduction in muscle & bone loss as well as inflammation!
To Reduce Depression ~ Studies have shown that exercise is able to reduce depression. So even if you don’t feel like getting up off the couch to sweat through a workout, remember that you’ll feel happier and more alive once you’ve done it.
To Feel Fewer Aches and Pains ~ When you strengthen the muscles around your joints you’re able to reduce joint pain and overall aches.
To Improve Memory ~ Exercise has been proven to improve memory and other cognitive functions.
To Enjoy Your Life ~ Whatever your passion is in life – your kids, travel, sports, significant other – it is all more enjoyable when you experience it in a fit and healthy body.
To Have Fewer Sick Days ~ Studies have shown that people who exercise regularly are 50% less likely to call in sick to work.
To Burn Calories while at Rest ~ Building your muscles through exercise means that you’ll be burning extra calories even while at rest.
To Be Confident ~ When you are fit, feel healthy and have energy, you demonstrate strong confidence.