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8 Reasons To Work Out That AREN'T Weight Loss


Older lady laying down on yoga mat stretching.

A while ago I conducted a non-scientific (but still eye-opening!) poll.


I asked a bunch of people who had a regular workout routine WHY they exercised.


A lot of these people were in their 50s, 60s, and beyond, and most of them had been working out for decades.


Their answer: The mood and mental health benefits!


There is REAL science to back that up. We usually associate cardio with lifting your spirits, but it turns out strength training is also a MAJOR mood and mental health booster.


Studies show that strength training can help with:


● Less anxiety

● Lower depression

● Sharper thinking

● Better memory

● More energy & less chronic fatigue

● Better sleep

● More confidence and self-esteem

● Plus an even longer list of physical health benefits


Still, if you’ve never tried strength training before, getting started can seem a little intimidating.


Schedule a complimentary wellness consultation today and let's create a program together just for YOU!





REFERENCES:

www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article%20folder/RTandMentalHealth.html

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