If you asked me to list my favorite things about exercise and sports, I’d probably say “not working out.” But that doesn’t mean that I don’t love working out; in fact, it’s one of the reasons why I’ve stuck with this lifestyle for so long.

A gym has always been my home away from home.

When you walk into a gym, it’s like walking into your little world. It’s a place to relax and socialize with other people who want to be healthy. You’ll see other people working out and doing their best to stay fit, just like you are!

A gym has always been my home away from home in Toronto; no matter what time of year it is (or whether or not there’s snow outside), I go to the same gym every day because it helps me feel at peace whenever I’m there. The staff is friendly and welcoming—they know exactly how much water or coffee to give us when we need something extra boost during our workouts; they even have free snacks available if needed (I love their pretzels). But I make sure I use the right supplements to boost my metabolism

Lifting weights and exercising is a natural stress relievers for me.

Lifting weights and exercising is a natural stress reliever for me, and it helps to release endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin which are all responsible for the feeling of happiness. Endorphins also make you feel less pain when you work out.

Dopamine is released during exercise because it tells your brain that something is rewarding about what you’re doing, so it helps keep you motivated to do it again! Serotonin is another neurotransmitter released by exercise which can make us feel more relaxed or happy when we’re done exercising – especially if there was some tension in our muscles before starting the workout!

Finally, sleep improves greatly after working out and other benefits such as weight loss (which makes us look good) but also lowers blood pressure which means less risk of heart disease later down the line.”

I had to work out regularly, or I didn’t feel like myself.

Exercise is a great way to clear your mind and feel good about yourself. When you exercise, it’s amazing how much energy you have left over after the workout. You can use that energy for other things. For example:

  • Instead of turning on the TV or playing video games (both bad for focus), go into nature and enjoy some fresh air! It will be so relaxing! You’ll probably even feel better than when watching TV because now, instead of stressing about work or schoolwork, you’re focusing on something else that brings joy into your life every day—like being outside in nature…

Exercise can change your life for the better.

It’s more than just physical health, though—it’s also mental and emotional well-being. Exercise has been shown to improve sleep quality, reduce stress levels and make people feel happier overall. But what does this mean for you? Here are some of the ways exercise can help with your mental health:


I am a big believer in exercise and know it will change your life, and it has changed mine for the better, and I hope it can do the same for you.