There’s no pressure now to perform or compete.” Really, exercising in the winter is no different than any other time of the year, but it’s nice to know that everyone tends to struggle with motivation in the winter months. Dress the Part and Go Outside Anyway Depending on where you are, the winter months might mean cold weather, wet weather, or both. Either way, you probably can’t hit the streets in your neon short shorts and tank top like you could in the summer. If you’ve got the gusto to keep exercising outside in the winter you really only need a slight change of clothes to do so comfortably.
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How To Reduce Damage From A Week Of Too Much Eating And Too Little Exercise
According to a large study published last year in the journal Mental Health and Physical activity, people who exercised at a moderate or vigorous level for at least 150 minutes a week (that’s just over 20 minutes a day) reported 65 percent better sleep quality than their more sedentary peers. “Increasingly, the scientific evidence is encouraging as regular physical activity may serve as a non-pharmaceutical alternative to improve sleep,” study author Brad Cardinal, a professor of exercise science at Oregon State University said in a statement when the findings were released. And that, in turn, could have a whole host of additional benefits, as poor quality sleep has been linked to increases in inflammation, high blood pressure, and increased blood glucose levels in people diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. A Sharper Brain Looking at your body holistically, what’s healthy for the whole body — good nutrition, plenty of rest, supportive relationships — is also good for the brain, explains Katz.
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Benefits of exercise
Study after study has linked regular exercise to everything from better grades in school to a stronger memory. Other studies have shown that working out can help improve concentration, boost creativity and help with your productivity in the office. Seniors can especially see benefits in regular exercise, because it keeps your mental capacity in shape and aids in lowering the risk of dementia. Improves skin: Working out can actually help you look younger. When http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/insanity-workout/sbwire-147430.htm you break a sweat, your circulation increases; the more blood that reaches your skin, the more your body naturally repairs skin damage, and the harder your collagen works to stay strong and elastic.
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