No matter what you do, you’ll watch your body change. That’s right. The body continues to change, even if you live a sedentary lifestyle. Of course, the change isn’t always positive. In order to make that change a great experience you need to eat healthy and add regular exercise to your schedule. You’ll start noticing small changes at first, but it won’t stop there. Before you know it you’ll look and feel years younger, wear smaller clothing sizes and have a sculpted attractive new look.
Not all changes are apparent to others.
Some of the changes aren’t visible, but you’ll know they took place by the way you feel. You’ll be able to carry heavier packages without having to sit them down for a rest and have far more endurance. If you’ve had to pause to catch your breath when climbing steps, you’ll be amazed at how much easier it is and how you can now conquer the entire flight with ease. The extra energy will help you get through a busy day with ease and have enough left to be active and ready for night life.
You’ll see a difference in your complexion.
Change is good when it means looking and feeling better and the increased circulation caused by exercise helps that. You’ll be sending nutrient and oxygen laden blood circulating throughout your system to feed all cells in your body, including your skin. It helps regulate hormones that can cause skin outbreaks and eliminate toxins from the skin. Regular exercise can even undo some of the damage caused to skin by aging.
You’ll see your tummy start to flatten.
Exercise helps eliminate the Buddha belly that can form from inactivity. It does it in a number of ways. First, it improves regularity to help prevent the bloated look, but also helps blast away stress hormones, such as cortisol. These are often associated with abdominal fat. Healthier eating habits can prevent constipation and lower your overall fat. Exercising core muscles tightens the abdominal muscles and improves posture to give you a sleek, more youthful body and a flatter tummy.
Exercise can change more than your body, it can change your mood too. When you exercise, it stimulates the brain to create hormones that make you feel good. That’s one reason many mental health professionals suggest exercise as part of the therapy for depression.
Exercise helps you think clearer. Not only has it been found beneficial for Alzheimer’s patients, it also has prove to help cognitive thinking in all people.
You’ll see your energy level grow by leaps and bounds. It’s amazing, but the more energy you use, the more your body seems to have.
You’ll see many ailments seem to disappear. Exercise can help everything from back pain and bone thinning to high blood pressure and diabetes.