The EMOTION CODE DIVAS: EPISODE #49 RESISTANCE TO EXERCISE! Join Dana J. Smithers and Helena Jehnichen FB LIVE Wednesday December 19th at 9:30am PST.www.facebook.com/tecdivas. Helena will share some strategies on how to prevent RESISTANCE TO EXERCISE and explain the HEALTH BENEFITS. Dana will be conducting an Emotion Code session on Helena who wants to release their trapped negative EMOTIONS that are causing her RESISTANCE TO EXERCISE.
5 REASONS TO EXERCISE – FROM A LAW OF ATTRACTION PERSPECTIVE
1. BOOST HAPPINESS LEVELS
Whether we’re fully conscious of it or not, we’re always looking for how to be happy. And exercise is one of the most obvious steps to take, as it’s not a coincidence that you feel better after a good workout: It’s science. A Penn State University study found that people who exercised, whether it was a mild, moderate or vigorous workout, had more pleasant feelings than those who didn’t.
2. SET CLEAR INTENTIONS – GAIN CONFIDENCE
Whether it’s deciding to run a 10K, take aerobic classes, spinning class, run a certain distance, or increasing your hikes or bike riding, setting and achieving fitness goals is an incredible self-confidence boost. But if you find your resolutions falling to the wayside, science has uncovered the secret to success: setting clear intentions. create a plan that set a specific day, time and place to exercise.
3. REDUCES RISK OF HEART DISEASE
Get out of the medicine cabinet and reduce your risk of heart disease the natural way. A variety of studies found that no statistically detectable differences existed between those who exercised and those who were given medications in the prevention of coronary heart disease and prediabetes.
4. SLEEP BETTER
If you can’t sleep and instead are prone to tossing and turning, exercising can help you sleep better. By strengthening circadian rhythms, exercising can help keep you more bright-eyed during the day and bring on sleep at night. It also promotes better quality sleep as done meditation before bed.
5. GIVES YOU AN ENERGY BOOST
When you’re feeling exhausted, the last thing you might want to do is squeeze in a workout. But, according to experts, that’s exactly what you should do. They found that low-intensity exercise, the equivalent of a leisurely stroll, experienced a drop in fatigue levels and a 20 percent energy boost.
When you exercise, your body releases chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain. Endorphins also trigger a positive feeling in the body.