Exercise Your Way Past Negative Emotions
The 20th century brought us the internet and the 21st century improved it to the point where one doesn’t have to leave the house. It’s true! A person can live in their pyjamas for weeks only changing when a friend comes over or they need to go grocery shopping. However, friends who come over may be accepting of your pyjamas attire AND grocery shopping can now be conducted online. Truthfully, one never has to leave home.
As amazing and convenient as this is, it is also a curse. In fact, by utilising all the modern-day facilities one is actually signing a death sentence. By not leaving home and living on your computer you are slowly encouraging a deterioration in both physical and psychological health. Children today are showing an increase in Vitamin D deficiency due to a lack of sunlight caused by being indoors on Facebook all day. Furthermore, various severe health conditions such as heart disease are on the rise because humans no longer get any physical activity beyond fingers tapping on a keyboard.
As is correctly assumed, any individual who prefers to remain in bed all day will not choose to join a fitness club. The reasons are numerous but the most popular are an effort to go outside and the presence of other people. It has been seen that the majority of individuals who live on the internet do suffer from a degree of social phobia.
Tip: Do you think that you are too busy to stay fit? Break up the workout into two separate routines. You do not have to increase the amount of time you are working out, just divide it in two.
In order to accommodate this need to stay home, fitness outlets now deliver home fitness equipment and DVDs. In recent years these items have increased in popularity due to their convenience for the home business owners and professional individuals who just don’t have time to get to a fitness club. The different equipment available ranges from treadmills and spinning machines to hand weights and bar-bells. My favorite was the rowing machine.
When I returned from college I attempted to find some employment within my industry. I thought that I would find work rather easily having completed a social work degree but I was horribly wrong. The job hunt was horrible. I don’t believe I have ever received so many rejection letters in my entire life. In addition to the emptiness of rejection, my friends were receiving high paying positions at top agencies so I was feeling more wretched than ever.
It was at this point I began feeling depressed and sleeping all day. I began crying a great deal which was incredibly strange for me as I was not one to show my emotions. A stranger aspect of the crying ordeal was that I did not know why I was crying, it would just happen.
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Eventually my mother decided I need to get up and do something productive. She bought some fitness equipment telling me it would make me feel better to get some exercise. I was reluctant to use the rowing machine, but I am really glad I did.
It is one month on and I row for thirty minutes each day. I still feel upset but I’m not crying anymore. Exercise can help! The home fitness equipment was my salvation so chances are it will work for you.