How Working Out Benefits Me & One New Fitness Goal

by - Tuesday, November 20, 2018

I've been working out solidly for 2 years, but I love to change my routine every once in a while. There are some reasons why I like working out and there are clear benefits of working out (such as being healthier and all that jazz) but I want to talk about how it personally benefits me.

Fewer migraines
The more I work out, the fewer migraines I experience, and if I don't work out for a few days then I am guaranteed to get a migraine without fail, so I have to work out to prevent them. I don't mind though, because the burn of working out is better than having a 12-hour long migraine.

It's a good outlet for anger/negative feelings
Ever had one of those days where nothing is going right and you just want to punch a pillow or scream? Working out is an alternate channel to destroying property and it makes you feel just as good as letting out your feelings.

It's a good habit
Working out is a great habit, even though you might gain weight due to muscle gain. It keeps you strong and it's easy to do-all you need is 20 minutes a day and a yoga mat.

I also do have one new fitness goal and it's to work out 20 minutes (or as close to 20 minutes as possible)  5 days a week (Monday-Friday). 20 minutes is a great goal because it's not as long as 30 minutes and it's a time frame anyone can fit into their day.

How does working out benefit you?

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