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Sept Series: What Can Exercise Do For You?

What Can Exercise do for you?

Cranky? Get moving. Exercise makes you feel happier. When you work out, your body

makes endorphins - "feel good" chemicals in the brain.

You can actually start to feel better within a few minutes of moving.

But the effects of regular exercise can last for a

long time.

More Energy

You might not expect it, but using energy to exercise gives you more get-up-and-go.

Sometimes when you're tired the last thing you want to do is move. But when you

exercise on a regular basis, that fatigue goes away and you find yourself with a lot

more pep.

Good Night's Sleep

Get regular exercise to help you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. The harder

you exercise, the more likely you are to have a good night's sleep. It doesn't matter

when you exercise, as long as you don’t have trouble sleeping. If you do have

problems, though, work out earlier in the day.

More Confidence

You just walked a mile or ran your first 5K. Success like that can boost your self-

esteem and make you ready to conquer anything. Exercise makes you feel good about


Less Stress

Exercise calms your body and your brain. After your body works hard, the levels of

stress hormones -- like adrenaline and cortisol -- drop. Stress and anxiety fade away,

especially after aerobic exercise.

More Productive

Want to be more efficient at work? Take a break and get some exercise. In one

study, people who got moving in the middle of the day were much more

productive when they went back to work. They also were happier and got along

better with their co-workers.

Try my online group training complimentary for 1 week and see if this is right for you.

Contact me through my website.

Your Health Coach,





Do you want to feel stronger and healthier this summer in only six weeks? Now is your chance!

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