Health Spotlight: Match Your Exercise To Your Mood

September 14, 2018


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One barrier that many people face to getting into an exercise routine is having unrealistic expectations of what types of activity work best for their bodies and schedules. The good news is that any type of activity is better than none, and that there’s ways to get moving for nearly every mood.

Personal trainer Jen Gottleib says in an article by US News and World Reports, “I don’t care what [exercise] you do, I just want you to move your body in ways that feel good.” She says that taking this laid-back approach to fitness helps clients get more motivated to exercise and establish long-term healthy patterns.

Click here to view the rest of the article, including examples of ways to get moving for every mood, from mad, to anxious, to even lazy!