Don’t Have Enough Time to Exercise?
You're busy and you're stressed out. Well, you're not alone.
These are two of the most common reasons people give for not exercising consistently. Ironically, these are the two exact reasons you should be exercising and moving your body!
Moving your body releases endorphins which help you feel good, relaxes your mind which reduces stress, and burns calories to keep you looking great.
Why it Matters:
Your body is meant to move. Long hours commuting in your car or sitting at a desk can place a lot of stress on your musculoskeletal system.
If your spine and core muscles are weak and unstable, then you are more likely to suffer an injury which can cause a downward spiral that impacts your relationships with food, sleep, and exercise. So taking a pro-active approach to your exercise routine is crucial to live your best life. Chiropractic adjustments are an essential part of the picture because they can help you feel good mentally and keep you moving physically.
Maintaining a healthy weight can decrease the risk factors for cardiovascular and heart disease.
Even 15 minutes of light exercise can make a difference in your overall health.
Exercise can help you feel good both physically and mentally.
Schedule time every day to exercise. But, don’t get discouraged if you feel like you aren’t doing enough. Rome wasn’t built in a day!
Even 15 minutes of walking during your afternoon break can provide you with the health benefits you are looking for. Burning an extra hundred calories per day (which could be accomplished with 10 minutes of walking) adds up to thousands of calories each month. Continue that trend, and you will notice inches falling off your waistline before you know it!
Next Week! Body Signals Workshop: Get 15 Pounds Healthier in 15 Weeks!
Tues, May 22, 6:30PM - 7:30PM @ Our Office
33 W Higgins Rd, Suite 620, South Barrington IL 60010
847-426-7008 to Register or Click Here to RSVP Online
Dr. Kim Gibas
The Role of Exercise and Physical Activity in Weight Loss and Maintenance. Prog Cardiovasc Dis 2015