We all have a best friend that treats us well and always wants the best for us. Many times we reciprocate, but so many times we take them for granted. If we really stopped and thought about it, then I’m sure we would learn to appreciate them so much more and take them for granted so much less.
Exercise is just like that good friend. We all know the benefits of exercise, we just need to stop taking it for granted and start devoting more time towards it. Enough with the excuses!
These 5 benefits have been put together to help motivate you to give exercise a chance. Many can relate to these and may even find a renewed interest in exercise enough to start doing it again themselves, or even begin for the first time. Either way, you may be familiar with a few of these but may have forgotten.
So exercise should not have the stigma it bears when there are so many beneficial reasons to exercise. For some, it may be a matter of fitting it into a very busy day. For others, it might be a little more convenient for the schedule but a matter of laziness. Whatever the excuse, isn’t it worth it for your health?
Exercise can not only extend your life span but improve the quality of that extra time it has gained for you. Here in this post are only five reasons, but I am sure at least one holds a very strong argument for you, the reader, to start exercising. And I know “tomorrow” sounds good, but don’t you deserve it today?
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– Anthony F. Ferrara