The immediate goal of a fitness regime is obvious – stay in shape, lose weight, keep the muscles toned and strong. Whatever your exercise format – sweating it at the gym, jogging, weight training, hatha yoga, etc., you can see the physical impact on your body.
What’s not so obvious and, therefore, underestimated is the effect of exercise on your mood and emotions. When you exercise, it’s not just your muscles that are working out, your brain is working out too – here’s 16 ways the brain responds to physical exercise by boosting your energy levels, self-confidence and overall wellbeing.
16 Ways Exercise Makes You a Happier Person:
Infographic by – Jane’s Best Fitness