To Jump-Start Your Exercise Routine, Be Mindful
Researchers pointed out that mindfulness does not affect people's interest in exercise. Mindfulness affects exercise indirectly by boosting satisfaction because one feels satisfied when you are engaged in a positive experience.
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Mindfulness has become quite a buzzword and its meaning at times can be loose and subjective.
Mindfulness can be defined as a deliberate and controlled awareness of the present moment.
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