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The Secret to Training for both Physical and Mental Health

Old 04-11-2023, 09:01 PM
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Exercise is about more than just aerobic capacity and muscle mass. Yes, exercise can improve your physical and mental health, help you lose weight, improve your sexual experience, and even add years to your lifespan. However, that is not what motivates the majority of people to stay active.

Could your actual training be the key to becoming motivated to train? Discover how working out affects your mental and physical health.

Do you do specific exercises because your coach told you to, or do you switch them up when you want to try something to get physical and mental health? There are numerous reasons to select specific types of workouts and exercises, and all of them are perfectly valid.

However, it is valuable to reflect on why you exercise in order to better understand where your motivation comes from and how this may affect your training, which in turn may affect your physical and mental health.

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The Multiple Regular Exercise Benefits
How much exercise do you Need?
Training Motivation
Training Types
  1. Weight Lifting
  2. Cardio
  3. Flexibility & Gymnastic
  4. Team Activities
Recommended Adjustable Training Split for Physical & Mental Fitness

THE MULTIPLE REGULAR EXERCISE BENEFITS

Everyone talks about the obvious benefits of physical activity, such as increased caloric expenditure, which can help us maintain or achieve a healthy weight, as well as protect against and even treat chronic diseases. We can improve our strength, endurance, muscle size, and other characteristics through various types of physical activity. However, physical activity can improve other measures as well.

Physical Exercise and Work have the following benefits:

Exercise on a regular basis can have a positive effect on depression, anxiety, and ADHD.

It also reduces stress, improves memory, improves sleep, and improves your overall mood.

Lower your risk of heart and lung disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, cancer, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease.

Help people recover from a stroke and many other illnesses and conditions.

Help you lose weight if you want to, which is good for your overall health and may improve your self-esteem.

Improved cognitive function and brain health.

When you exercise, the levels of chemicals in your brain such as serotonin, stress hormones, and endorphins change.

HOW MUCH EXERCISE DO YOU NEED?

Adults should engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity on most or all days of the week, according to Safa Fitness Club certified professional trainers. You can make up 30 minutes by combining shorter 10 to 15 minutes sessions throughout the day. Practicing mindfulness while exercising reduces stress and improves mental health.

If money is an issue, consider local community centers, which frequently offer low-cost exercise classes. If you have private health insurance, you may be able to get assistance with gym membership as part of a mental health care plan.

You may struggle to find or maintain motivation for exercise. Consider how you can incorporate exercise into your daily routine and lifestyle. Choose what is best for you. If you have a dog take them to the local area walk.

TRAINING MOTIVATION

Motivation can be derived from both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Intrinsic motivation is solely motivated by pleasure. Whatever makes you happy, what happens when you “listen to your heart” or “follow your heart” – this provides intrinsic motivation.

Extrinsic motivation, on the other hand, stems from any outside source. Extrinsic motivation comes from wanting to win a prize, make someone else happy, gain strength or muscle, or beat your previous time.

Many people get these terms mixed up and believe that doing something for YOU makes it intrinsic, but this is not true. You can be intrinsically motivated while also doing something for yourself. Intrinsic motivation exists solely for the purpose of pure pleasure. Everything else is extraneous.

According to research, both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation can be beneficial in achieving fitness-related goals such as going to the gym and adhering to general diet and exercise guidelines.

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Old 05-02-2023, 07:45 PM
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It's great to see you emphasizing the importance of exercise for both physical and mental health. The benefits of regular physical activity go beyond just improving your physical health, and can also have a positive impact on your mood, memory, and overall well-being. It's important to find a type of exercise that you enjoy and that works for you, and to stay motivated by setting both intrinsic and extrinsic goals. The recommended 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity on most or all days of the week is a great starting point, but it's important to listen to your body and adjust as needed. Thanks for sharing this valuable information!
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Thanks for sharing, so useful!
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Old 01-18-2024, 07:18 PM
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The key to training for both physical and mental health is to keep it simple and enjoyable. Find a workout routine that combines cardio and strength, add in activities like yoga, and stick to a regular schedule. Prioritize good sleep and a balanced diet. Set realistic goals, socialize during workouts, and manage stress with mindfulness. Listen to your body, and most importantly, make your fitness journey something you genuinely love it's about feeling good both physically and mentally.

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Exercise offers a multitude of benefits beyond physical health, including improved mental well-being and cognitive function. Whether motivated intrinsically or extrinsically, finding joy in workouts is key. Safa Fitness Club provides valuable insights on how exercise impacts mental health.
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Here are some other ways to improve your physical and mental health:
  • Eat a balanced and healthy diet
  • Get enough sleep
  • Snack wisely
  • Plan your time into your day
  • Boost your immunity with food
  • Take a deep breath
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Old 03-22-2024, 07:41 AM
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Discovering genuine wellness entails a fusion of physical and mental training. By merging physical exercise with mindfulness techniques like meditation, we nurture both the body and mind, paving the path towards a happier and healthier existence. I really adore meditation and post-meditation effect. Take care!
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Light therapy lamps contribute to improving mental health by simulating natural sunlight, which helps regulate the body's circadian rhythms and neurotransmitter levels. This can lead to improved mood, reduced symptoms of depression, and increased energy levels. Light therapy is particularly effective for treating seasonal affective disorder from MyLuminette , but it can also be beneficial for other types of depression, sleep disorders, and mood disturbances. By exposing oneself to bright light from a therapy lamp for a specific duration each day, individuals may experience relief from symptoms of depression and other mental health issues. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the appropriate use of light therapy for your specific condition.
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Hey everyone,

I'm curious about the effectiveness of Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) for treating bipolar disorder compared to other mental health conditions. While I know IOPs offer structured therapy and support, I'm wondering if they're equally beneficial for individuals with different diagnoses. Can someone share their experiences or insights about this IOP for Bipolar Treatment? Do these programs cater well to the needs of those with bipolar disorder, or are there better alternatives for specific mental health conditions?
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