5 Reasons Why You Should Get Into Shape
Updated: Nov 16, 2021
In the past year I've managed to gain 25lbs as part of a pack I made with myself.
To give you an idea, I'm 5-ft-7 (give or take a few inches) and about 2 years ago I weighed around 90lbs. Now gaining 25lbs may not seem like a lot of weight, however, I'm a pretty skinny guy. Having a fast metabolism has its ups and downs.
That being said, let's look at what getting in shape can do to you when it comes to scoring protentional partners.
The better you look the better you'll feel mentally. It's just how we are as humans. If you're looking good you'll be feeling good and it will radiate it from within. Your confidence will be sky high and all the eyes will be on you.
2. Better Sleep
Working out supports falling asleep and spending more time in deep sleep. This will strengthen the immune system. Feeling such as stress and anxiety are controlled, helping to wake up truly rejuvenated.
3. Healthier Lifestyle
Exercise increases blood flow, including to the brain, which leaves you feeling more awake, alert, focused, and productive. But with a regular fitness routine, you reap even bigger benefits, including lowering diabetes risk, better sex, lowering resting heart rate, & fewer migraine headaches.
4. Faster Recovery From Injury
By exercising daily and living a healthy lifestyle, your body can better repair damage done by injury or surgery. Increasing muscle tissue and white blood cells by working out, your body is better able to reduce inflammation that occurs from injury.
Exercise isn't a complete cure, but it can help ease some of the symptoms of mental illness. In people with diagnosed depression, the feel-good chemicals released when you get active might help to lift spirits and reduce anxiety. Among people with mild to moderate depression, exercise may work as well as some medications, according to a 2011 study.
Overall getting into shape can vary from person to person. Whichever way it happens to be for you, just remember looking good feeling good.
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