Exercise affects nearly every cell in your body
Did you know that exercise affects nearly every cell in your body? Are you one of the New Year’s Resolution crowd that spent money at a gym or home exercise equipment so that you can lose those holiday and Covid pounds? How’s that going for you? Gyms count on the New Year’s crowd to buy a membership and stop coming in March.
Glenn Gaesser, a professor of exercise physiology at the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University in Phoenix, says that “just being physically active and trying to improve your fitness seems to provide better prospects for longevity than just trying to lose weight.”
For the past 25 years I have been helping people with Medical Hypnosis for exercise motivation because I believe that exercise is essential for physical, mental and emotional health. I’ve told many people that I really don’t work out because I like working out. I work out because I love how I feel as a result of exercise and I love knowing that I can decide to leave tomorrow on a 3 day mountain backpacking trip or on a 100-mile bike ride without having to train. I stay trained.
Prior to 25-years ago, I rarely exercised. Back then, I was depressed, my body hurt and I was frequently sick with colds and the flu. But not any more! As a result of exercise my body feels better, my immune system is stronger, I sleep better, I have more energy, I think more clearly and creatively, I experience more joy and happiness.
“Physical activity works on multiple mechanisms within the body, and that’s how it could potentially help prevent chronic conditions and therefore also prevent early deaths.” ~AMANDA PALUCH, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
Hypnosis for exercise motivation
To find out how hypnosis for exercise motivation can benefit you, call me at 760-219-8079 or send me an email. I offer live online telehealth sessions to people worldwide at their home, office, hotel room, RV, car or wherever they may be.
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I am becoming a better version of me through exercise.
By Jacqueline Stenson, January 3, 2022: “Among the benefits listed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are sharper thinking, less depression and anxiety, better sleep, help with weight management, stronger bones and muscles, and reduced risks of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancers of the breast, the colon and other organs.
To obtain “substantial health benefits,” federal health guidelines advise adults to do at least 150 to 300 minutes a week of moderate-intensity physical activity or 75 to 150 minutes a week of vigorous physical activity, or an equivalent combination.”
“Gaesser said research shows that people who are overweight but exercise regularly, like McCollum, still reap many health benefits. We have found that exercise basically improves health outcomes largely independent of weight loss,’” he said.
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