Fitness is equal to Happiness and Exercise makes us happy. Cardiovascular activity increases endorphins in our body, which improves our mood. Running or other intense workouts sometimes also boost adrenaline, which can make us feel as though we have more energy after the workout than when you started.
- Stretch is must before workouts.
- Don’t drink a lot of water before Orin between your workout.
- If you feel thirsty take a sip water.
- Avoid eating heavy before your workouts.
- You must workout 4-5 days a week.
- Music boost your workout.
- Walking your dog regularly can lead to better behaviour for them (and better health for you)!
- Warm up before workouts
- Walking increases brain activity.
- A studies show that lack of exercises is causing as many deaths as smoking.
- If cannot go to gym try Walking Circuit
- Stop excuses
- If sweating in a gym or pounding a treadmill isn’t your idea of a great time, try to find an activity that you do enjoy—such as dancing—or zumba
Biggest Exercise Excuses
Excuse 1: “I hate exercising.”
Solution: I used to feel the same. We think exercise is a punishment for eating, which is so not true. We exercise cause love our body and want it HEALTHY. If you find gym boring, do physical activity with something more enjoyable like zumba, take a walk at lunchtime through a scenic park, for example, walk laps of an air-conditioned mall while window shopping, walk, run, or bike with a friend, or listen to your favorite music while you move.
Excuse 2: “I’m too busy.”
Solution: Even the busiest of us can find free time in our day for activities that are important. It’s your decision to make exercise a priority. And don’t think you need a full hour for a good workout. Short 5-, 10-, or 15-minute bursts of activity can prove very effective—so, too, can squeezing all your exercise into a couple of sessions over the weekend. If you’re too busy during the week, get up and get moving during the weekend when you have more time.
Excuse 3: ”I’m too tired.”
Solution: It may sound counterintuitive, but physical activity is a powerful pick-me-up that actually reduces fatigue and boosts energy levels in the long run. With regular exercise, you’ll feel much more energized, refreshed, and alert at all times.
“A great obstacle to happiness is to expect too much happiness.”– Bernard de Fontenelle