A change in one life area that brings about positive effects in other area. Exercise it’s not just vanity. What you do in the gym makes you a better, higher-performing person outside of it. When you develop physical fitness, you’re developing life fitness, too.
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Besides the well-known health advantages, in a world where comfort is king, arduous physical activity provides a rare opportunity to practice embracing uncomfortable situations.
If you are a toe runner, your calves will get tight and you could develop shin pain.
If you land on your heals, you are usually taking steps that are longer than they need to be. It wastes energy and may cause injury.
Try to land on the middle of your foot, then roll through to the front of your toes.
Many studies that focus on running found that aerobic exercise can improve people's ability to handle stress.
Researchers think this may be because aerobic exercise increases levels of neurotransmitters like serotonin and norepinephrine, and causes the brain to generate new neurons.
These are the habits that, once implemented, have a positive impact on many other facets of your life.
Their effect is similar to a domino: all you need to do is perform this one habit and you’ll see the benefits ripple out.