8 reasons to exercise every day

Need some moti­va­tion to exer­cise or exer­cise at home? Then this arti­cle is for you.


Doc­tors rec­om­mend adults 18 to 64 years of age 150 min­utes of mod­er­ate exer­cise per week to avoid obe­si­ty and health prob­lems.

But where to find so much moti­va­tion? Well, we have some­thing for you. Here are 8 rea­sons to exer­cise reg­u­lar­ly and still fin­ish those 150 min­utes of exer­cise per week.

1. Strengthens the body and health

The first argu­ment in favor of exer­cise is, of course, mus­cle strength­en­ing. It makes you not so much fit as strong. This is very use­ful if you need to lift some­thing heavy your­self.

In addi­tion, exer­cise improves health. They allow you to speed up your metab­o­lism, so you will burn fat effi­cient­ly even dur­ing rest.

So the more reg­u­lar­ly you exer­cise, the bet­ter your health will be every time.

2. Improves mood

Exer­cis­ing to improve men­tal health is true. Any form of exer­cise improves mood and helps in the pre­ven­tion of psy­cho­log­i­cal prob­lems. Stud­ies have found that 45 min­utes of exer­cise three to five times a week calms the mind. Phys­i­cal activ­i­ty releas­es mood-enhanc­ing chem­i­cals like sero­tonin and endor­phins.


3. Adds energy

While slip­ping out of bed ear­li­er than usu­al to exer­cise does­n’t seem like some­thing that will add ener­gy, it does. Phys­i­cal activ­i­ty in the morn­ing allows you to pro­duce mito­chon­dria — the pow­er plants for the cells of the body — and thanks to this you will become more alert.

In addi­tion, morn­ing train­ing improves oxy­gen cir­cu­la­tion. So you will use ener­gy more effi­cient­ly through­out the day!

4. Controls weight

No need to try to lose weight on an extreme diet, as if you are prepar­ing for film­ing in The Machin­ist. Healthy fat loss is some­thing that can be achieved with small invest­ments in your health. They are reg­u­lar exer­cise. The body burns calo­ries in a healthy way, and in this way you grad­u­al­ly lose excess, unhealthy weight.

5. Improves self-confidence

It’s not that you feel fit and con­ven­tion­al­ly beau­ti­ful, which, of course, is not exclud­ed. It’s about a good mood, a sense of accom­plish­ment. You sweat­ed for thir­ty min­utes, and what seemed sim­ply impos­si­ble turned out to be accom­plished. From this mood and self-con­fi­dence will cer­tain­ly increase.

6. Protects the mind

An unex­pect­ed rea­son to exer­cise reg­u­lar­ly is to pro­tect the mind from wear and tear. Reg­u­lar exer­cise increas­es the strength of our mind by 15%! Train­ing will help improve the cir­cu­la­tion of oxy­gen in the blood, and this speeds up the brain.


7. Improves overall health

By exer­cis­ing you will real­ly become health­i­er, and that is why you need to do it reg­u­lar­ly.

A seden­tary lifestyle does not allow you to be healthy. More­over, it increas­es the like­li­hood of all caus­es of death, includ­ing dia­betes! So stay­ing active is impor­tant for health, and not just for the fig­ure.

8. Helps you fall asleep

Can’t sleep well at night? A cup of chamomile tea does­n’t help? Is med­i­ta­tion annoy­ing? Then move on more! Reg­u­lar exer­cise in the morn­ing allows you to increase the time of healthy sleep, over­come insom­nia. So hur­ry up, girl­friend!

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