If you are like many women, you may have many excuses not to start exercising but very few reasons to start exercising. To help balance that out, we're going to look and some silly and serious reasons to start exercising today. From losing weight to having more fun in your life, exercise has many benefits if you stop and think about it. If you stop and think about it long enough, you'll be motivated to start.
Silly Reasons to Start Exercising
More Energy to Chase Toddlers - If you have a small child in your home, keeping up with them can be quite a task if you aren't in the best shape. These little bundles of energy known as toddlers can keep your on your toys. If you start exercising, you have a better chance of keeping up with them.
More Energy for Fun - If chasing toddlers isn't your thing, think about all the energy you'll have for other things if you get in shape. This should be enough to motivate you and jumpstart your exercise plan.
Serious Reasons to Start Exercising
All kidding aside, there are some serious reasons you should start exercising as well. Here are just some of them.
Longevity - If you want to live longer, exercising is going to help you with that by making sure your body is working at peak efficiency.
Overall Health - The old saying you are what you eat is still true today. Unfortunately, many people eat things that aren't good for their body. To help battle this, exercise can play a big part in making sure you don't gain too much weight with bad eating habits.
If you're looking for other reasons to start exercising ... now ... they're out there if you look.
Top Reason to Start Exercising?
The answer is in the mirror - you. If your health and happiness is important to you, starting an exercise program should be a priority in your life. You can live longer and have more energy if you take care of your body. Part of that is having a fitness plan and sticking to it. The good news is that the side-effect of exercise is losing weight! Nice! But seriously, if you need other reasons to start exercising, you may not be the type of person who has what it takes.