Training is more than “good shape”. Numerous studies have found evidence that the secret to strong health and vitality is physical activity. It’s time to take care of yourself – LOVE YOURSELF!

Exercise is beneficial not only for our physical body, but also for your spirit and mental health. If your goal is to sleep better, then know that 2.5 hours of training or 150 minutes of training per week = better sleep up to 65% *. In addition, daily exercise is the best mind cleanser and stress reliever, as daily exercise = better mental health up to 30% **. If you currently have big goals that you want to achieve at school, at work or in private life, then saving time on physical activity is not wise, because that is the basis of the immune system and mental health.

In addition excercising helps to:

  • Increase strength, power, speed and endurance.
  • Prevent weakening of the bones (osteoporosis) and loss of muscle mass and strength (sarcopenia).
  • Reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease.
  • Increase the rate of metabolism.
  • Reduce systolic and diastolic blood pressure and arterial stiffness.
  • Reduce body fat and intraperitoneal (visceral) fat, which are the causes of multiple health problems.
  • Increase confidence and happiness!

These are just some of the reasons why exercising should be an important part of everyday life!

NB! If your family members or friends don’t care about the importance of exercise yet, help us reach them and invite them to exercise with us!

It is important to take time for yourself. Besides, 1 hour of training = only 4% of your day!

*Source: Bellarmine University and Oregon University, 2005-2006
**Sourse: Health and Social Care Department of Great Britain, 2011


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