Stressed? Time to Sweat It (Out)

2018 has been our most successful year yet with our Active Kids/Teens program and we have already booked out both Monday & Wednesday sessions.

We would love to know if another day/class would be of interest to parents/kids. Our aim is to include a TUESDAY 430pm class, however we need enough interest to go ahead.

Feeling stressed? You’re not alone.

Stress is an inevitable part of our modern existence. Whether you’re the CEO of a large company, a Kindergarten teacher or a construction worker, you have stress to deal with. We all have bills to pay, relationships to maintain and challenges to get through.

But you don’t have to let it get the best of you. How can you turn your stress-filled life on its head?

With one of the best weapons against stress: exercise.

When stress is getting you down, you need something to kick you out of your funk. You need something that makes you feel good.

 

Every time you exercise, you increase your body’s production of endorphins.

 

In case you have forgotten, endorphins are responsible for those good moods you get in after a race or the euphoria you feel while chomping down on a piece of chocolate.

 

However, before you grab a piece of chocolate and skip the gym, remember the end result of each and choose which one will help you battle stress in the long run. (Hint: It’s not the chocolate.)

 

Any and all exercise you perform helps you fend off the effects of stress. So whether you enjoy jogging, lifting weights, playing basketball, practicing ballet, swimming, yoga, rowing, or boxing, simply getting involved in your exercise of choice is sure to help reduce your stress.

 

Through the Brick Wall: If you are working out every day and not getting the stress relief you want then it’s time to do things a little different. If all you do is lift weights five days a week, you should add in boot camp or a run once a week. And if you’re all cardio all the time, it may be time to get off the treadmill and grab a dumbbell or two.

 

Still not working? Keep a diary of your progression. Write down how long and hard you exercise, the various weights you lift, and the steps you make toward whatever health goal you set for yourself. Take pictures along the way as well. Then look back over your journal on occasion. Seeing the progression when you feel you’re not making progress may give you the confidence you need to put stress in its place and move on.

 

My mission is to get each and every one of my Hi Reppers the body that they desire and along with that a low-stress lifestyle.

 

Take the stress out of planning your own workouts by joining one of Hi Reps high-energy, fat-blasting exercise programs.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our subscribers list to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly in your inbox.