There are many reasons to include exercise in your life and make it a part of your regular schedule, not the least of them being good health and a strong body. Without exercise, your limbs and joints stop working as they should and you find that they atrophy faster even without the onset of age.
Without exercise, you find that it’s hard to avoid those unseemly bulges and lumps of flesh that make you look and feel ugly. And without exercise, there’s no way you can stave off disease and keep death from knocking too early on your door. There’s no doubt that exercise makes your life better by giving you a.
Great body: If you see someone thin and toned, you know at once that they don’t go very far from their regular workouts. Exercise helps you reduce unnecessary weight, it makes you fit and tones your muscles, it provides you with stamina and makes you stronger, and it boosts your energy and keeps you going without allowing fatigue to take over.It keeps diseases away and prevents you from falling sick. You look great, your clothes fit perfectly, and no matter how old you are, you feel young and healthy.
Relaxed mind: When you exercise regularly, your body is filled with endorphins or feel-good chemicals that cause you to feel happy and relaxed. You get rid of the stress that plagues both your professional and personal lives, and you’re not prone to depression or any other more serious mental illness. Exercise is the best way to get rid of frustration, anger and other negative emotions. When you sweat it out at the gym or outdoors, you feel your body and mind being uplifted and rejuvenated.
Great sex life: It’s no secret that exercise makes you look and feel good about yourself – in short, with that great body and in form-fitting clothes (or without them), you feel sexy. Add to this the facts that your heart is healthier when you exercise and your stamina improves when you’re fit, your performance in bed is bound to be impressive. Exercise also puts you in the right mood for a healthy and happy sex life.
More organized life: People who work out regularly are disciplined; they generally stick to their routines and try hard not to break them. They don’t offer excuses for not working out, and if they’re pressed for time, they wake up earlier and squeeze an extra hour into the day. This automatically makes the more organized in every other aspect of their lives; they reduce clutter, they plan their day, and they don’t fall apart when things don’t go as planned.
More confident outlook towards life: Looking good and feeling great are just the medicines you need to boost your confidence sky-high and make you a positive person. When you exercise regularly, you have a body to flaunt and a mind that’s razor sharp, reasons enough to feel good about yourself and your life.
This guest post is contributed by Paul Hench, he writes on the topic of masters in public health. He welcomes your comments at his email id: email@example.com.