We know that physical and mental health are closely related, yet many of us neglect to take care of our bodies and exercise.
It can be tough to find motivation after a long day, especially when you may already be dealing with mental health problems on top of that.
We’re here today to give you some tips on how you can improve your health.
Our Workout Tip
It’s not time that counts, it’s effort and intensity.
The notion of coming home and running on a treadmill for an hour, or going on a 45 minute walk every day often scares people away from exercise.
The great news is that short sessions of intense exercise are even better for you than those tedious walks.
HIIT(high intensity interval training) is a great way to get your daily exercise in without taking up hours of your day.
If you’re just starting, be sure to take it slow, and perhaps start with a brisk walk for a shorter duration, rather than a slow walk for a long duration.
As always, be sure to check with your physician before beginning any new exercise routine.
Hopefully this workout hack saves you time and makes exercise less tedious.