THE BODY: Exercise can change body composition for the better and physiologically enhance your ability to deal with daily life. This means a leaner, meaner you who is ready and able to tackle the world. (work, home, recreation, etc.)
THE MIND: Exercise also releases endorphins and eases the stressors of daily life. Lift heavy weights or run sprints and whatever was bothering you will magically seem to disappear. (or it will bother you a whole lot less.) Also, activities like yoga and meditation make the mind-body connection stronger, allowing you to make better decisions. When you are able to take a step back and think easier with less mind fog, you will make better decisions and feel less stressed.
THE SOUL: Activities such as yoga and meditation allow you to better connect with your God creating a stronger relationship. Try yoga or meditation immediately after prayer and embrace the spiritual side of exercise. I challenge anyone who has walked or jogged on the beach as the sun comes up to deny feeling connected to something much bigger than themselves.
Regular strength training, cardiovascular exercise, yoga, and meditation all have a deep and immediate impact on one's body, mind, and soul. These activities make it much easier to deal with the stressors of daily life, create balance and help you perform better at anything you desire to do.
Stay well my friends,
Adam Flesner BS, SCS, HFS
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