What exercise and movement habits do you need to feel really good?

January 9, 2020

What exercise and movement habits do you need to feel really good?

The feeling of power and strength can easily come from exercise and movement. It does not have to be a lot movement, but it needs to be consistent to ease the aches and pains of technology induced sedentary and motionless activities. Intentional movement that becomes habitual will keep you healthy. Your brain fog will lessen; the clarity of a situation will be evident; circulation will improve; chasing your kids and grandkids will leave you less winded, and new ideas for movement will appeal to you.

There is an artificial duck pond near my home with a 10 foot wide walking path around it. It is about a mile. The ducks love the little ones who bring them food and the landscaping is really quite nice. They have benches along the route and lots of parking. I’ve taken my grands there many times in a stroller, but never just me. This is my new escape from the office. Last time I was there I plopped down on a bench and watched the sun go down. The reward for getting my shoes changed; locating my outside water bottle; wrapping myself in a scarf; and finding my keys, was the perfect sense of “good for me”.

We have 100 trillion cells in our bodies that need us to pay a bit of attention so they can do their jobs. The reward for better self-attention is multiplied every time you take care of that amazingly constructed body of yours. Try doing an alarm on your device to remind you to be good to you.

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Natalie R. Manor

Natalie R. Manor is a consultant, executive business coach, speaker, 5 time author and extraordinary facilitator.  Her consulting firm, Natalie Manor & Associates NMA, has attracted global success seeking clients and organizations for 30+ years.

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