Regular exercise will help maintain great physical shape, health and energy!
Exercise can help improve mood, heart function, strengthen bones and joints, digestion, and relieve or even get rid of depression, reduce blood pressure, anxiety, stress, and improve sleep quality. Many people argue that exercise at home doesn’t have time, but that way it just masks their laziness. Yes, after a long day at work, you probably feel completely exhausted, but it’s important to remember to exercise as much as possible and devote at least a few minutes of your day time in the morning or evening. This is especially important if you spend most of the day at work sitting down.
If you don’t force yourself or don’t have time to exercise in the evening, opt for morning exercise. According to research, the chances of you choosing to skip morning exercise are significantly lower than that of skipping evening exercise. This is because you are rested after a night’s sleep, so you don’t feel tired, which often leads to skipping exercise in the evening.
The first workouts can be hard and tiring, but you will soon feel how the exercises become more pleasant and easier as the muscles grow stronger. Benefits of regular exercise for your body, well-being and body:
- LIFTS MOOD
Exercise stimulates the release of substances that make us feel more relaxed and happier – they lift the mood and even help fight with depression. With regular exercise, you will start to have more self-confidence and feel satisfied with your appearance.
- GIVES ENERGY
By doing various exercises you will feel the real benefits of exercise. Regular physical activity will help to strengthen the muscles, increase endurance and provide energy throughout the day in the morning or, exercising in the evening, will help you to breathe and relax.
- HELPS PROTECT AGAINST DISEASE
Physical activity forces the heart to work harder, which improves the functioning of the entire circulatory system and lowers blood pressure. Exercise improves brain and heart function and reduces the amount of substances that age the brain. Therefore, regular exercise is the best anti-aging medicine.
- BETTER SLEEP QUALITY
Do you have sleep disorders? Regular physical activity will help solve this problem without any medication and will ensure quality and deep sleep. Choose morning or evening exercise, just avoid exercising if you are going to go to bed, otherwise you will be too energetic and unable to fall asleep.
After the morning exercise, you will gain strength and energy for the whole day. You probably often spend a few minutes to enjoy a warm and comfortable bed for a little longer? Start doing morning exercise that will last just two minutes. Try this morning exercise, make sure it is effective and give your morning unseen energy. Here are some simple morning exercises:
- Start by keeping your feet shoulder-width apart, do a squat and lean your hands on the floor. Put your feet back, take a push-up position. Lean on your knees on the floor and do push-ups (knees should be bent) and with your feet slightly raised. Repeat the exercise 10 to 15 times, it will work as a strength exercise.
- Lie on your stomach, keep both hands directly in front of you, lift your chest. Also lift your legs about 5 to 10 cm from the ground and hold for at least 15 seconds. You will be able to increase this time to achieve better and more efficient results. This exercise perfectly stretches the muscles and strengthens the entire center of the body.
- Lie on your back, stretch your arms to the sides as you use them to keep your balance. Then lift your legs bent over the knees to form a right angle. Slowly turn and let the bent legs to one side until you feel a stretch, then turn the legs to the other side. Inhale, turn your legs to the right, and exhale, return to the middle. Make the same movement to the left. The bent legs do not need to be lowered to the ground.