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1. Helps fight depression

We all know 2020 has been QUITE the year, and we could all use a little extra happiness from time to time. Exercise has been shown to increase your overall mood, as well as lower anxiety & stress levels for many people. When you exercise, brain sensitivity is increased for the serotonin & norepinephrine levels, which in turn, make you happier. Fitness also increases the release of endorphins, which produce positive feelings & increases your overall demeanor for the rest of the day ahead.

2. Helps With Weight Loss & Control

Spending more time at home probably means you do a lot more sitting around than you would like to admit. Inactivity is a major component when it comes to weight gan & obesity. There are countless studies that show the combination of cardio paired with strength training can help with fat loss, and aid with the production of lean muscle mass – which is essential for keeping those pesky pounds off. Exercise is very important with supporting a fast metabolism, and burning calories each day.

3. Increases Energy

If you’re anything like us, we know how many times we reach for that coffee pot, or make constant runs to the nearest Starbucks throughout the day. Well you’re in luck, because fitness is known to increase your energy, and decrease your fatigue throughout the day. An online study found that 6 weeks of regular exercise helped 36 healthy people to lower their feelings of daily fatigue. Exercise Is also perfect for increasing energy levels for those people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, and other serious illnesses.

4. Improve Relaxation and Sleep Quality

The energy depletion that occurs during exercise is known to stimulate recuperative processes during sleep. The rise in body temperature that happens while you are moving is also thought to improve sleep quality by helping it drop quicker while you sleep. One study found that only 150 minutes of moderate activity per week can provide up to a 65% improvement in your overall sleep quality! Regardless of your favorite gym day (cardio or strength training), spending time in the gym will help you sleep better, and feel more energized during your work day.

5. Exercise Boosts your Immune System

Fitness is a major component in improving cardiovascular health, lowering blood pressure, and helps to protect us from a lot of diseases. Time spent at the gym is one of the top gifts you can give to your body to promote a healthier immune system. Exercise also contributes to your health even more directly by improving blood circulation, which helps allow the cells of your immune system to move more freely throughout your body. This lets your cells do their job more efficiently than they normally might.