Being fit is not a strict requirement. It is a lifestyle that allows us to make better - healthy - choices and makes us healthier, fitter, happier, and taking care of ourselves.
There is no single recipe for a healthy lifestyle. There is no specific number of workouts per week, specific exercises, menu and commandments that will make you 100% fit. Why? Because each of us is different. We have a different history, a different lifestyle, different bodies and predispositions. We must try and see what will work for us, without overly stressing ourselves about the results.
What is important? Find your exercise routine that will help you feel energised, strong and help us release those happy hormones called endorphins.
Sport is the activity that releases the most endorphins. Interestingly, the production of happiness hormones can last up to several hours after the end of exercise. It is no coincidence that physical activity is associated with long-lasting pleasure, excitement, and even a state of euphoria.
One hypothesis is that during increased physical exertion, our body's metabolism changes from aerobic to anaerobic. The above condition, associated with insufficient oxygen, is considered a stress factor, which definitely affects the higher level of endorphins produced. This dependence may explain why athletes, after prolonged exertion, experience such positive emotions and why they are much more resistant to pain and fatigue. Such a phenomenon is not accidentally referred to as the "runner's euphoria".
So don't wait and get yourself and others moving!
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