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How is your exercise routine at the moment?

It can be difficult to keep up your motivation for exercise especially at times like this (social distancing) when most of the workout is done in and around the home with no gym or exercise buddy to rely on.

However, Exercise is worth your time.

Exercise helps us move better, look better, feel better and age better. But the fact is, many of us are not exercising nearly as often as we should.

Studies show that just 30 minutes of physical activity on most days is all that’s required to reap big benefits. The range of health bonuses attributed to exercise has been studied extensively.

Exercise may be the closest thing to being the fountain of youth. Not only does regular activity strengthen your muscles and improve heart and lung function, it can also reduce your risk of illness and disease, stimulate the growth of new brain cells, and add years to your life. There’s no pill or elixir that can do all that! According to the National Health Service (NHS)

People who exercise regularly have a lower risk of developing many long-term (chronic) conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, and some cancers.

Exercise is the miracle cure we've always had, but for too long we've neglected to take our recommended dose. Our health is now suffering as a consequence.

Now this should be convincing enough for you to act now and build your exercise routine.

Most of us know that exercise is good for us, and with good intentions we plan to exercise but struggle to stay motivated enough to keep it up and make it a habit. To help you on this journey, I discussed how to motivate yourself to workout in my video here.

Exercise plays a part in achieving balanced health. And, whether you want to exercise to help you move better, look better, feel better and age better – or to support your weight loss goals by burning more calories – the time to start is now.

If you’re on track to losing 10 pounds or 100 pounds, each day you make the decision to exercise is a day closer to reaching your goals. You can start to see changes within 4 weeks if you are consistent.

If you are finding it difficult to stay motivated and stick to your workout routine, watch my video where I explain 3 practical steps to take to motivate yourself for weight loss, and feel free to share it with your friends who need the motivation to exercise.

Cheering you on!

Sylvia - Mindset for Weight Release Coach

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