Depression. It’s more than just a short-lived low mood or feeling sad. Depression is a real life changing condition that has very serious negative effects on our mental and physical health. With some of the symptoms of depression being fatigue, withdrawing from society and a lack of motivation, so its easy to understand that regular exercise may be the last thing on your mind when suffering from depression.
Do you get the winter blues? Do you find that your mood drops in the winter months?
Or do you have a stressful job? Do you find it difficult to pick yourself up when you’ve got a hard day ahead or have had a hard day?
Here are my Top 8 Reasons to Exercise to help boost your mood and get you in the right mind and body...
It’s getting cold and finding the motivation to exercise in these dark, freezing and wet months is a lot harder than normal.
I’ve found that if you find you’re constantly hitting the snooze button and missing sessions, it comes down to one main reason; attitude.
I could honestly say that at least once a day I have a client ask me why I should exercise or what is the benefit of clean eating. Well if you haven't heard it enough or seen the reasons why let me give you a handful to get your mind thinking about it and maybe fuel your soul into wanting to get up and hit the gym or park and start moving. Here is my top, straight to the Point, 20
For those that have used a foam roller before, you know exactly how much pain those little 30cm rollers can inflict! My first time on a roller was an experience I’ll never forget. Despite the initial pain that foam rollers might cause they help return the muscles in the body back to a functional level.