Benefits of Routine Physical Exercise
A new year means a new set of resolutions, which most often includes a desire to be more physically active. While this is an admirable and worthwhile pursuit, it can sometimes stem from societal narratives about exercise, strength, and body type. This leaves us here at Agape Nutrition wondering: why is physical exercise helpful? Luckily, we have answers to our own questions! Keep reading to find out the two principal ways routine physical exercise is beneficial to human beings and how we can help you on your new exercise routine journey!
Daily exercise is vital to your overall physical and mental health. From boosting your endorphins to strengthening your muscles, exercise is shown to help prevent/treat numerous health conditions, according to the Mayo Clinic, including:
- Metabolic syndrome
- High blood pressure
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Many types of cancer
- [Cognitive Function]
- [Heart Disease]
Having a regular exercise routine can not only boost your mood but also boost your energy/endurance! According to the Mayo Clinic, “Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lung health improve, you have more energy”.
Not only can exercise help you feel more awake, but it can help you get better sleep too! Keeping your body active (not just before bed, of course) can help deepen your sleep and make it easier to fall asleep in the first place!
How We Can Help
BCAA capsules from Protocols for Health can be a valuable part of your new exercise routine. BCAA supports mental and physical health in your day-to-day life and boosts energy levels and muscle function while you’re exercising. If you’re trying to build lean muscle, this supplement is just for you! It also may aid in reducing the amount of time your body needs to recover from intense exercise. You can purchase BCAA capsules right here at Agape Nutrition!
Note: Please consult your doctor before adding any new supplements to your medical care routine. Some supplements may react poorly with your current medication and should not be taken in replacement of your current prescription medications without first consulting your physician. Additionally, it may be helpful to consult said primary care provider when starting regular exercise, especially if you have any outstanding health concerns. Talking with your doctor can help ensure that your care plan is tailored to you and your needs!
We hope you can implement exercise into your daily routine. You’ll definitely be better for it!