“Does running late count as exercise?”

—Author Unknown

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Along with optimal rest and nutrition, exercise completes the trifecta for healthy living. Adequate exercise – which includes aerobics, strength training, and flexibility activities –  provide all sorts of benefits to enhance our physical, mental, and even emotional well being.

On the other hand, running late and the stresses induced by this over-adrenalized state bathe our system with cortisol and other chemicals that can have serious, negative consequences over time.

EXERCISE:

Consider adding more buffer and free time in your days. Take the approach of being more focused and effective on fewer priority matters.

Feel free to reply to this post regarding how such strategies help you live a healthier, happier, and more productive life.

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