From mood-boosting effects to immune system support, improved sleep, increased productivity, and even longevity, Hitting is truly a powerhouse exercise! So, let’s dive in and discover why Hitting is more than just a workout – it’s a key component of a healthy lifestyle.1. You give your mood a serious boost!
Hitting is incredible for your mental health! Studies show that regular exercise can be even more effective than meds for relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. And the best part? When you Hit, your brain gets a dose of happy chemicals that lift your spirits and pump up your motivation.
2. Exercise helps you dodge chronic illnesses like a ninja and fortifies your immune system!
Hitting 3x a week can help lower chronic illness rates. It also lowers blood sugar, strengthens the heart, improves brain health, and keeps bones strong. Exercise can also help you boost your immune system so you can fight off illnesses like a superhero. Plus, it lowers your risk of lung disease and cancer. In short, exercise is like a magic pill – if it came in a bottle, it would be the best medicine out there!
3. Your snooze game gets stronger!
Regular exercise not only tires our muscles and bodies but also improves our deep sleep, where the brain and body can rejuvenate. Studies show that a few hours of moderate or vigorous physical activity each week counteracts the health effects of too much or too little sleep. So even if you’re tired, a few Hits a week can benefit your health!
4. Get ready to crush your to-do list like a boss!
Working hard or hardly working? If you’re feeling the office blues, exercise might be just what the doctor ordered. Not only does it beat down those pesky stress hormones, it also gives you a happy boost from all those feel-good endorphins. It’s also the perfect antidote to those days when you just can’t seem to focus (and Hit workouts are a great outlet for those work frustrations!)
5. You get more time to enjoy the ride of life!
Looking to live long and prosper? Exercise is the secret sauce! A 2022 study in the journal Circulation found that working out at least 150-300 minutes of moderate intensity (or 75-150 minutes of vigorous intensity) can cut your risk of kicking the bucket early by 21 percent. And the more you move, the lower the risk gets!
So, let’s Hit it and add some extra happy, healthy years to our lives!
– Veronica Tanner