We know we need water when we work out, but science says that just losing 2% of your body weight in water leads to a 25% decrease in performance.
Gets the heart pumping, muscles working and fat burning. Works for me.
The added resistance of the water mixes cardio with strength training.
Which is why nutritious and workout plans are different between men and women.
Don’t need an expensive pre-workout powder, when coffee will do the trick.
Good for the heart, the muscles, and most importantly, blood circulation to your sensitive parts.
While exercise keeps the bones healthy and decreases you chances for heart disease, there’s no direct connection between immunity and the gym, that’s been proven.
Exercise reduces bodywide inflammation, regulates your skin and opens up your arteries, allowing blood to deliver nutrients all over your system.
Working out gives you a sense of well-being, more energy, better sleep, sharper memories, and these are all a key component to mental well-being a key tool in dealing with mental health.
Even if it only helps mentally, it’s worth it.