How Exercise Makes You Smart In 5 ways


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Working out doesn't only make you fit or strong. It does more than that. It makes you a highly organized person, in other words, it makes you extremely smart. However, we are going to look at 5 ways exercise will improve everything about you most especially, being smart.

1. Elevates Your Mood
Have you noticed that people who always workout hardly gets depressed. Challenges of life can really be weaken the strongest of hearts. However, one thing is clear constantly engaging in exercises will certainly pull you out of depression.

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2. Improves Your Energy
If you are consistent in your workouts you will notice that you are no longer the same person you were when you started your workout newly. You will observe that as you kept on with the workout you began doing things that were initially difficult for you. Now, you can run longer, lift more heavy things or maybe climb the stairs with ease. This is because, being consistent in your exercise enhances your muscular strength. It also,improves your endurance levels.

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3. Strengthens Your Attention
One of the good things about exercise is that it has a way of making you pay attention to very little details. For example, if you have a presentation to make it is best to engage yourself in a soft exercise at least 2 or 3 hours before the presentation. This exercise increases your focus and also, eliminates anxiety from you during preparation.

4. Enhances Retention Memory 
 Exercise is very good for memory retention. People who engage in regular exercise with consistent improvement hardly forgets anything. This is when your body is physically engaged in exercises your brain responds accordingly.

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5. You Will Always Be Productive
You can never see a person who is always engaged in an exercise become lazy. Exercise has a way of pushing you beyond (your) limits. This is why you will always see successful people engage themselves in exercises. These (successful) people see workouts as surmountable challenges that are meant to be overcome.

Engaging yourself in exercises will always help you stand out from the rest. Keep yourself busy.

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  1. excellent and fascinating post! i never thought of exercise making one smarter. i do know it can make you happier thanks to legally blonde, lol.

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    1. Thank you so much. We are happy to have added to what you already knew.

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  2. I love all of these ways. There really are so many benefits to exercise. And I desire to do it, but it is hard more often than it is easy.

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    1. Hello Marie, nothing good comes easy just start and the rest will be history.

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  3. Exercising indeed improve your mood I confirm that one. Didn't know about the others it is super interesting what exercise can do to improve your life.

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  4. Exercise makes you release endorphins. Endorphins makes you happy! I really believe you should be strategic and smart in exercising!

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  5. I don't exercise a lot, but my husband does and we can confirm that all of these are true for him. Because of the quarantine, he had to give up his squash trainings and basketball and I can see it's hard on him. He has troubles focusing, falling asleep and he's not as optimistic as before. I really hope that he gets to play again soon. He doesn't like to exercise at home, but sometimes he does that anyways and it always lifts his mood instantly.

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  6. This is indeed true, that's why I always pursue myself to workout at least 4 to 5 times a week, at least for 30 minutes each exercise. It is not only physically good but is also beneficial for mental and overall health.

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  7. i did know that exercise strengthens your muscles and tones your body. But little did I know that it can enhance your memory power as well. Good writeup!

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  8. I can attest to this! I always notice that after I exercise, my mind wants to acheive more and do more. It makes me productive!

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  9. Exercise is great for our mental health and well as our physical health. Great article. Thank you for sharing this!

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  10. I am getting soft. So much staying inside and not enough movement! It makes a difference and feels so good when you get moving.

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