Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Morning Exercise = Better Mental Health

       I had every intention of writing a post on all the benefits of exercising in the morning. I pulled together the research I've collected over the years and made an outline. I decided to see if there was a good video to add, and that's when I found this clip. Its message is short, simple and profound. In two minutes the main points of why exercising in the morning are covered beautifully. 

       All that I would add is that research has also shown that those who exercise in the morning have a better chance of making it a long-term habit. As Cedric Bryant, Phd, chief science officer with the American Council on Exercise has written, "Research suggests in terms of performing a consistent exercise habit, individuals who exercise in the morning do significantly better." I hope you find this video helpful. 
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As always I wish you wonderful mental health and great successes eating healthy meals. If you, or someone you love, is severely depressed or anxious, please click the link to the right and you will be directed to the International Association for Suicide Prevention. It is a great resource, and is staffed by wonderful people. 
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