50 Reasons To Exercise

I will admit, I have ‘borrowed’ this list, one of our ladies shared it in our private Facebook Group and as I sat there reading it, nodding and saying yes, I remembered how differently I felt three years ago before I changed my life!

  1. Lifts your mood
  2. Improved learning abilities
  3. Builds self-esteem
  4. Keeps your brain fit
  5. Keeps your body fit & able
  6. Boosts your mental health
  7. Boosts your immune system
  8. Reduces stress
  9. Make you feel happier
  10. Has anti ageing effects
  11. Improves skin tone & colour
  12. Improved sleeping patterns
  13. Helps prevent strokes
  14. Improves joint function
  15. Improves muscle strength
  16. Alleviates anxiety
  17. Sharpens memory
  18. Help to control additions
  19. Boosts productivity
  20. Boosts creative thinking
  21. Improves body image
  22. Gives you confidence
  23. Helps keep you focused in life
  24. Improves eating habits
  25. Increases longevity
  26. Strengthens your bones
  27. Strengthens your heart
  28. Improves posture
  29. Prevents colds
  30. Improves appetite
  31. Improves cholesterol levels
  32. Lowers risks of certain cancers
  33. Lowers high blood pressure
  34. Lowers risk of diabetes
  35. Fights dementia
  36. Eases back pain
  37. Decreases osteoporosis risk
  38. Reduces feelings of depression
  39. Prevents muscle loss
  40. Increases energy and endurance
  41. Increases sports performance
  42. Increases pain resistance
  43. Improves balance & coordination
  44. Improves oxygen supplies to cells
  45. Improves concentration
  46. Helps with self control
  47. Lessens fatigue
  48. Increases sex drive & satisfaction
  49. Makes life more exiting
  50. Improves quality of life

Whether you want to improve just one of the above or all 50, the positives of exercise certainly outweigh any negatives 50-1.

I’ve never felt so amazing, so happy, so contented with life.

I love being fitter, faster, stronger now in my late forties than I was in my twenties.

I’ve never regretted a workout – only the one I didn’t occasionally do.

I’m not food deprived or hungry, I just eat more healthily.

I don’t miss a family party or night out with friends, I balance it out.

Have a fabulous day 🙂

Julie x

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