The very first step that one needs to conquer is the determination that you are actually doing a lifestyle change for yourself, your mental and physical wellbeing. We all can agree that exercise is good for our health, but you have to get out of your mind that exercise is a difficult activity that is taking you away from the real obligations in your life.
Exercise is a physical activity designed to keep your internal organs healthy, your mental process healthy and your outward looks young and appealing…what can be more important than that?
If you need to focus on the payoffs, then let that be it, but it’s best to take one step at a time and focus on what is needed for you right now and stay realistic on what kind and how quickly your results should take place. Regular exercise will give you more energy to get through your day.
Exercise can help your memory: a study published in 2014 in The BMJ showed that regular aerobic exercise can increase the size of your hippocampus, a part of your brain that plays a role in storing your memories. A 2014 study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology also showed that exercise, specifically walking, can even boost your creativity. Researchers found that creative thinking increased during a walk and shortly after.
It’s all a mind set and a willingness to think outside the box, exercise is often thought of as benefit for our health. Instead think of not exercising as an of illness that the earlier it’s fixed the more benefits you’ll receive.
Whatever will motivate you to take charge of your life instead of seeing yourself deteriorating into a person that you no longer recognize is worth exploiting.
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