It is worth it! I would say I have to exercise long enough to shed my other preoccupations of the day before I can really enjoy it by being in the moment. But once I do I love it
Experts say 20 mins of continuous exercise start the production of endorphins in the brain. But this is not the only reason why you should exercise. The most important one is to keep your body healthy. To prevente it from getting sick. Exercising is a must if you want to be healthy
I think if it’s been a while for me something , even small, makes me feel a little bit better. Since I was young, I’ve always been active. Always in sports up until graduating college. This was when it was tough for me because I realized I relied a lot on a couch to provide me with the push and accountability to show up. It’s been hard with friends since I’m usually further along and I feel like I get held back if we workout together. This isn’t the case with my current boyfriend now since he’s a bodybuilder. Anyway, I would say if I go more than once a week to the gym working out for 30 minutes to an hour makes me feel great.
- What “secret” exercises you do at your work table?
- What’s a great at-home exercise?
- I struggle with depression, but I always feel better after I exercise. Motivating myself to exercise when I feel so down is difficult, however. Do you have any tricks to motivate yourself to exercise when you just plain don’t want to? 🙂
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise? I need help!
- Do you work out as soon as you wake up?
- How do you get yourself exercising when you are already exhausted or have no energy?
- Practitioners of Ayurveda: How do you start to energize the body? How fast can it happen?
- Why work out if I’m not seeing results?
- How often do you exercise per week and how many hours each session?
- I wake up in the morning, drink water, fold my bed sheets and all, then exercise, and then take a shower. So my question is that should I brush my teeth before or after exercise?