How Training Can Impact Our Mindset And Improve Mental Health.

If you are someone who has experienced either anxiety or depression in your lifetime or you know someone who has, There is no better reason to become physically active.

Exercise has been proven to help reduce stress from a busy lifestyle and can also boost dopamine levels which is one of our “happy hormones”.


Over time, if we stay consistent with a fitness program it will gradually lead to better moods which will result in a better mindset as-well as a better quality of life.


Getting started with a fitness program or regime can be daunting at first but if you take into consideration the long-term benefits of exercise and how it has helped so many people become better, more confident versions of themselves, you will realise the pros outweigh the cons.


To ensure we have the best life possible our mental health needs to be on point so why not give ourselves the best possible chance by doing all we can to live it to the fullest.


Exercise isn’t the be all and end all but it sure does help significantly improve so many things which we don’t take into account on a daily basis.


If you haven’t been very physically active in the past, it is never too late to start. Your mind and body will thank you for it!


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Written by Blake Stegemann, Coach at Movement Innovation.