So, now that you’ve worked on unlocking your fears, fuelling your body, and creating structured goals, it’s time to focus on movement improvement.
I’m often asked, “Do I really need to exercise?” The short answer is: exercise prevents disease.
As an active person, you’re statistically less likely to develop osteoporosis, type-2 diabetes, or cardiovascular disease. You’re also less likely to suffer from a stroke or develop certain types of cancers, such as colon and breast cancer. It’s a scary thing to consider, but a lack of physical activity is ranked just behind cigarette smoking as a cause of ill health. Mindful improvement of daily movement plays an integral role in helping us regulate our moods and maintain optimal physical health.
In essence, regular activity improves quality of life. Lead with your body and your mind will follow. It’s that simple.
Let’s get moving!