Benefits of Glen’s Total Body Workout
Improves Your Brain Power
Regular exercise and an appropriate diet boost your mental functions. The increase of energy levels experienced during an exercise routine boosts the production of serotonin in the brain, which is one of the chemicals responsible for mental clarity. This improves your productivity at home or at work.
Over the years, health professionals have observed that regular physical activity helps to reduce the risk of certain diseases, such as high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, arthritis, and loss of muscle mass. Since regular exercise strengthens the muscles and joints, it reduces the chance of experiencing the pains and aches associated with physical inactivity and old age. When practiced in moderation, physical exercises will boost your immune system, helping you to fight off common illnesses.
Good for Relaxation and Quality Sleep
When you exercise, you spend a lot of energy which the body needs to replenish later. This normally happens when you are asleep. You fall into a deep sleep to allow your body to activate the recuperative processes which replenish the energy you spent while exercising.
If you exercise moderately or vigorously you may see up to 65% improvement in sleep quality. 16 weeks of regular exercise can improve the quality of your sleep significantly, allowing you to sleep longer and more deeply. Regular exercise also improves the sleep quality of elderly people suffering from sleep disorders.
Improves Your Mood
Regular physical activity boosts your mood and reduces feelings of stress, depression and anxiety. Fitness training improves brain functions that control stress and anxiety. It also improves the brain’s response to serotonin and norepinephrine, which are vital in fighting feelings of depression. Regular exercise also boosts the production of endorphins which are responsible for positive feelings and the reduction of our perception of pain. Additionally, exercise also reduces anxiety symptoms by helping victims to be more aware of their condition and by offering distraction from their fears.
Increases Your Energy Levels
Whether you are healthy or you are suffering from a medical condition, regular exercise will do wonders for your energy levels. Exercising for at least 6 weeks has been known to reduce feelings of fatigue in people suffering from persistent fatigue. Additionally, regular exercise helps to improve the energy levels of people with chronic fatigue syndrome and other serious medical conditions, such as HIV, cancer and multiple sclerosis.
Good for Your Skin
When your body experiences high oxidative stress, your skin pays the price. Oxidative stress occurs when antioxidant defenses are unable to protect the cells from the damage caused by free radicals. This damages the internal structures of skin cells leading to unhealthy skin. Vigorous and intense physical exercise can cause oxidative stress. However, regular moderate fitness training boosts the production of natural antioxidants in your body, which helps to protect the skin cells. Furthermore, exercise improves blood flow and promotes skin cell adaptations that slow down signs of aging.
Chronic pain can negatively affect the quality of your life. For a long time, health professionals and other experts believed that rest and inactivity were good solutions for chronic pain. However, recent studies have proved otherwise. Regular exercise relieves the chronic pain associated with several medical conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic low back pain and chronic soft tissue shoulder disorder among others. Fitness training also raises your pain tolerance and reduces your perception of pain.
Regular exercise improves blood flow, strengthens your cardiovascular system, helps tone your muscles, increases your energy levels and improves your flexibility. All these factors contribute to better physical intimacy. Fitness training also improves your confidence in your physical appearance, which can play a big role, as well.
Good for Your Muscles and Bones
When combined with proper protein intake, regular exercise involving weight lifting helps in muscle building. Exercising improves the ability of your muscles to absorb amino acids. This reduces their breakdown and boosts their growth. In old age, many people lose muscle mass and function, leading to injuries and sometimes disability.
Therefore, elderly people are advised to exercise regularly to avoid muscle loss and to maintain their strength. Younger people are advised to exercise regularly to build bone density and to reduce the risk of suffering from osteoporosis later in life.
The mental and physical benefits of fitness training programs cannot be overstated. Call Glen Notelovitz at Glen’s Total Body Workout 214-708-5511, and discuss how a personalized fitness program will improve the quality of your life in ways you never thought possible.