It's common knowledge that exercise makes you healthier, more alert and stronger. But did you know that there are more surprising emotional and psychological benefits you can gain from exercise aside from physical benefits?
Many people think that they need to exercise, but lack the motivation to actually do it. Others start and stop, citing various reasons such as lack of time, too busy, too difficult or too tired.
In reality, exercising has more benefits than just having a trim and sexy body and losing weight. It positively affects your memory, energy level and the quality of your sleep. Exercise makes you happier. It helps you live longer and lead a balanced and healthier life.
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One more thing, Claude Bouchard says that scientists are discovering that exercise is medicine that cannot be compared to any pill. Mr. Bouchard is the Pennington Biomedical Research Center's director of human genomics laboratory.
Does this knowledge finally motivates you to exercise? Here are some more benefits.
No matter how busy you are, it matters if you remain active. Even with a desk job that requires you to sit in front of the computer for long hours, you can still take time to exercise.
You can do foot, ankle, leg and knee exercises without leaving your seat. There are also several upper body and arm and exercises you can do. Click here to read our reviews on Rowing Machines.
You can even do eye exercises while you're at it. What you need is the commitment to reap the many surprising benefits of exercise to achieve a better and healthier life.