Psychological Benefits Of Physical ExerciseMar 02, 2023
Hey there, it's your favourite person... Ashley Mathieu! Let me tell ya, working out isn't just about getting ripped abs or bulging biceps. There are some serious mental performance benefits that come with breaking a sweat or lifting some weights being dry (I know, some of you don't sweat!). Here are three reasons why:
It boosts your mood: After a good workout, you feel energized and refreshed. That's because exercise releases endorphins, the body's natural mood-boosters. Trust me, nothing beats that post-workout high.
It improves focus: When you're working out, you're not just exercising your body - you're also exercising your brain. Studies have shown that regular exercise can improve cognitive function, helping you stay sharp, focused, and alert.
It reduces stress: Life can be stressful, but exercise is a great way to blow off steam. It helps reduce cortisol, the hormone that's responsible for stress. So, if you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious, hit the gym or go for a run. Your brain will thank you.
So, if you want to be on top of your mental game, you gotta make time to exercise. Don't think of it as a chore, think of it as an investment in your mental health. You got this. Let's Get Shit Done.
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