Ever wondered what’s the difference between those who exercise and those who don’t?
It’s habit. And clearly people have different habits.
Kudos for those who brave on the grueling first 3 weeks of doing their daily workout routines! And for those of you who continue exercising on a regular basis despite your certainly busy schedules, I’m sure you’re already enjoying the fruits of all your hard work.
Now, if you are yet to master the art of consistency, let me give you four reasons why it’s good to exercise regularly:
- You will enjoy the metabolism of a 20-year old – People who habitually exercise have a more active metabolism, which allows the body to digest nutrients faster. Being able to go through the entire day feeling alert, not sluggish, lets you engage in physical activities—whether it’s playing your favorite sport or doing household chores—like a 20-year-old. You simply have more energy!
- Stress won’t get the best of you – Keeping a regular, daily workout schedule relaxes not only your body, but also your mind. It’s the perfect stress reliever. Sweat your worries away starting with a good warm up and a few breathing exercises. And because your body pumps up endorphins when you exercise, you can expect to go through the day feeling good about yourself.
- You’ll keep the extra pounds off – We’re talking long-term here, folks! Exercising regularly not only helps you achieve your fitness goals, but also allows you to maintain the body you’ve achieved. And this is where the challenge really lies—keeping the excess weight off. Be consistent in your workout routine and you won’t have to worry about not being able to fit in your favorite jeans.
- Your body will naturally stall your aging process – Engaging in regular physical workout helps delay the aging process by reducing chances of disease and disability. This is so much better (and cheaper!) than any drugs or anything else the world has for aging. And here’s the best part: there are no unhealthy side effects, but lots of healthy side effects.
Are you convinced? Good. Start reaping the benefits of regular physical exercise today!
Contact me you’re interested in hiring me as an In-Home Personal Trainer. I serve the Colleyville, Southlake, Grapevine, Westlake, North Richland Hills, and Keller, Texas area. It’s time you see results!