Exercising as a student most times could seem impossible, we often tell ourselves a lie that school errands are enough to keep us fit, but that’s stress and it isn’t healthy. Exercising is healthy. So today I’d be giving you a couple of things that make Exercising important to you as a student.
Exercise makes you stronger. Exercising delivers oxygen and nutrients to your entire body making it possible for it to work more efficiently and boost your endurance.
Exercise and other physical activities are often great opportunities to socialize. Going to the playground, joining a sports team or going to the local recreation center are all great ways to meet new people.
Being physically active will keep you healthy. Research says that engaging in 30 minutes of exercise a day is all you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Makes you happier!
Exercise makes you happier! Physical activity releases chemicals in your brain called endorphins that are known to make you feel happier and more relaxed.
Regular physical activity has been proven to help prevent a wide variety of health problems.
Exercise can be fun! Often times exercise can be a part of some your favorite daily activities, such as walking the dog, going to the playground, or riding your bike.
Exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight
HELPS YOUR HEART
Exercise is good for your heart! It helps maintain a healthy blood pressure and improves circulation.
MAKES YOU SLEEP WELL
Regular physical activity helps you sleep better. When you are active during the day, you typically fall asleep easier and stay asleep longer.
IT IS JUST SO GOOD!
Exercise is good for your mind, body, and soul