Forty years after the fitness revolution began, the message that exercise is good for the body is a familiar one, to say the least. Hardly a day goes by without hearing some new reason to get off the couch and get our hearts pumping.
What’s less well known is that exercise gets your head right, too. Sadness. Trouble concentrating. Problem drinking. Fear of bullies. Lack of self-efficacy, or the sense of being capable to do something to meet our goals — all these problems can be mitigated by exercise. Even moderate exercise. Even if we don’t do it every day.... Read more
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