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Why is Exercise Good for You?


The following are just a few of the many reasons exercise is good for you and can benefit you by being incorporated into your daily life

  • More energy to do the things you want to do
  • Sleep better
  • Make stronger muscles
  • Like your body better
  • Feel more confident
  • Look better
  • Lose or control your weight
  • Make your body feel better
  • Feel less stressed
  • More positive outlook on life
  • Feel happier
  • Relieve tension
  • Improve mood
  • Decrease joint pain and stiffness
  • Meet new people
  • Have fun!

Modified source: Beth Marks, J. S. (2010). Health Matters: The Exercise Nutrition Health Education Curriculum for People with Developmental Disabilities. Paul H. Brookes Publishing
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