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For me this change has more to do with lifestyle balance and social flows. While fitness is obviously a part of it too, I’m more concerned with freshening up the way I engage with my body, mind, heart, and spirit and how I balance and integrate these aspects of life. I especially want to bring more heart-alignment into how I engage with exercise. Exercises to be more social: Create eye contact.
One of the simplest ways to feel more connected is to simply create eye contact with people. It is simple, but not necessarily easy, mind you. Watch yourself for a day and notice how you usually avoid eye contact. “Social support can make people more dependent on receiving messages, which can change the focus of the program.” Want to exercise more? Get yourself some competition: New research finds that.
It’s well-documented that fitness centers across the nation see their busiest days in January as people embark on New Year’s resolutions to exercise more, and those number slowly drop in February. Make it social. Exercise can be a fun time to socialize with friends and working out with others can help keep you motivated.
For those who enjoy company but dislike competition, a running club, water aerobics, or dance class may be the perfect thing. Others may find that a little healthy competition keeps the workout fun and exciting. Work, family, and social commitments make it difficult to incorporate a regular workout routine. And I’ll admit, finding time to exercise can be difficult. Almost!
It’s definitely easier to get motivated when you’re surrounded by like-minded people! Working out with others will make you want to work out more, but there are other benefits to a training buddy. 10 ways to get more exercise – without really trying Wish you were fitter but can’t stand the thought of jogging or joining a gym? These easy steps will make exercise. Exercise not only increases feelings of well-being and reduces anxiety, 5 but if done in the company of others it offers the chance to build up your social skills in.
Exercise with a friend. This will make it feel like a social appointment with another human being that you need to keep. You will be there to encourage each other to continue the routine after the newness wears off.
This will also make it easy for you to monitor each other for early signs of exercise addiction.
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