Daily Motivation | Top 10 Reasons To Get Fit πŸ’―

If you want to feel better, look better, and live better, then maybe it's time to consider if your fitness routine is up to scratch. There's so many reasons why keeping fit is important, but we've selected 10 of the best to put here, for you.
Forget New Year's Resolutions, and decide today to be the best you can be πŸ™ŒπŸ»
Woman jogging (running) through trees and forest
1. It'llΒ Make You Happier
Exercise is scientifically proved to boost your body's release of endorphins, which makes you happier!
2. Sleep Better
Having a good exercise routine is also proven to give you a better night's sleep. Regular exercise can help your sleep schedule and reduce insomnia.
3. You'll Live Longer
Recent studies have shown that even light, regular exercise can increase your lifespan, particularly if you're already older. You're never too old to make a positive change.
4. It Could Save Your Life
Regular exercise reduces the risk of cardiovascular (heart) problems, as well as breast and prostate cancer.
5. You'll Feel More Confident
A lot of us have confidence issues when it comes to our appearance, but my motto is 'if you don't like it, do something to change it'. Set yourself a healthy goal and you'll find that you'll be more confident when you reach it.
6. Exercise is Fun!
Exercise isn't just running on a treadmill at the gym. Football, volleyball, nature jogs, rock climbing (indoor or outdoor) and kayaking are just some fun exercise ideas. You can get your friends involved too!
7. Improve Your Mental HealthΒ 
Exercise doesn't just have physical benefits. It's also been shown to help with the symptoms of depression and anxiety by boosting mood, increasing confidence, and getting into a routine.
8. You'll Be Stronger
It seems like a no-brainer, but regular exercise can improve your strength, speed, stamina and ordination. No more getting tired from walking up a long flight of stairs!
9. it'll Keep Your Brain Healthy
Exercise has been shown to help ward off conditions such as Alzheimer's and dementia.
10. You'll Get Ill Less
Regular exercise has been shown to boost the immune system, meaning that you'll be less susceptible to cold and flu.
Written By:Β Lois Jackman
πŸ’Ž STAY FLY WITH LFY πŸ’Ž

SIGN UP & BE THE 1st TO HERE ABOUT ANY NEW DROPS & DEALS!! πŸ₯Άβœ…

ο»Ώ