The importance of exercise still underrated

Obesity is still increasing around the world, as also other chronic diseases. Changing your eating habits to lose weight, or to gain weight, to better your health in general is one of the keys. However, I think the importance of exercise is still underrated.

Adjusting your diet and starting to eat less white sugar, consume more natural foods, ditching the junk food will not increase your health, if you don’t start moving too. I am absolutely convinced my daily walks with our Joy (dog) decreased the amount of times I catch a cold for instance and contributed to my health in general. Exercising is not only good for your physical health, it is also a perfect way to Boost Your Soul. Maybe even more importantly, a way to love yourself.

Exercise will improve your health both physically as mentally

Besides walking with our dog, dancing while doing household chores, the next activity is one of my goals for this year to pick up again:

Maybe you are more into fitness? Check out these posts by David from Chape Fitness :

Best Workout Playlist January 2018

Fitness advice: Propioception, your first fitness goal

How You Can Keep Moving With A Busy Schedule

Your scale, body composition, and weight fluctuations

Laying down on the sofa watching sport can be soul boosting, but implementing your sport-hero’s exercises will do you even more good 😉 Find out what suits you as an individual; dancing, fitness, martial arts, tennis, soccer, football, hiking, etc.

Creating your Dreampack requires you to be and feel healthy. Don’t take it for granted.

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