Because Being Healthy Doesn't Mean Being Thin
06Aug / 2013
Need a Reason to Exercise? Here are 50!:
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Tags: exercise, Fitness, health, healthy, reasons to exercise, working out
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I always find that when I am exercising, that my food cravings decrease dramatically. I would think that the increased calorie burn would cause me to be hungrier, but it doesn’t. I guess that is a double win for me, burn more and eat less!
Hi Holly…sometimes when I’m being really anal and I get a craving or the munchies I’ll get up and do (at least) a mini workout. It makes me feel good and I completely forget about wanting to eat.
I like numbers 8 and 9. When my 2 little “angles” are driving me nuts in the morning, I keep my sanity by knowing that in another hour I’ll be at the gym in my spin class. While I’m there sweating, I totally forgot that I was stressed out and leave there with a big smile on my face. I don’t know what I would do without my workouts. If I can get to spin 3 times a week, it makes a huge difference in my mood and attitude.
Hi Katie…cute little story. I wish more people would say their kids/work/stress would “drive them to exercise” instead of “drive them to drink.” 🙂
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