There are so many reasons why you should workout, it’s not only good for your health but it’s also good for your confidence.
How great do you feel when you can wear a vest and shorts in the summer and know that you look hot!
Working out puts you in a good mood, especially if you’ve had a bad day, it’s the perfect way to let off steam and help you take back control.
When you exercise the serotonin levels in your body rise, the feel good hormone which makes you feel happy and relaxed which is perfect for your confidence and self-esteem.
Exercise can help strengthen your bones which is very important as a number of women in the UK suffer from osteoporosis which is thinning of the bones. Working out helps increase bone density, especially in the legs and spine. A good workout of resistance training and high impact training like we do in our bootcamps will place stress on your bones and helps to increase bone mass.
Exercising increases your energy so you are able to deal with everyday life so much easier. It improves your strength and endurance, making you feel fit and healthy. Working out delivers nutrients and oxygen to your muscles and helps your cardiovascular system work so much better and when this happens you have more energy to make it through the day.
If you don’t feel good about yourself both mentality and physically your sex life can go down the pan. Regular exercise can leave you feeling energized and good about your body which has a positive effect on your sex life for both you and your partner.
Are you finding it difficult to get to sleep at night? If you are then working out regularly will help with your sleeping, you’ll be able to get to sleep a lot quicker rather than spending the night counting sheep and you will find that you should sleep through the night instead of waking up constantly. Remember not to exercise too close to bedtime as you run the risk of having too much energy and then you won’t be able to fall asleep.
Working out can help control your appetite as it can decrease the ghrelin levels in your body which is the hormone that helps stimulate your appetite. This means that you won’t want to snack on unhealthy foods and eat larger meals in the evening.
Protecting your heart is so important and that’s what exercising does. It can add a number of extra years to your life. It lowers your blood pressure which protects you from heart disease and strokes. What more can you ask for. Working out can also reduce any risk of developing type 2 diabetes as building lean muscle can lower your insulin resistance.
As you can see there are so many reasons why you should workout on a regular basis and although looking good on the outside is important, keeping yourself healthy on the inside is far more important because without one you certainly don’t get the other.