We all know that moving and exercise is good for us. Most often, we think about the physical reasons for why this is. In this blog we will also explore the emotional, mental and spirit (purpose) benefits.
Our bodies are designed to move! Since the caveman days it was ingrained into our nervous systems to run, hunt, climb, play, squat, etc. to get through the day. We were in contact states of motion. Now, most of us have sedentary jobs and would be lucky to fit in 5 days of exercise a week.
Here are some reasons why movement is vital to our survival, according to my advanced workshop participants:
Now that you’ve read some reasons for moving...get out there and move!!!
Dr. Amanda is a non-traditional chiropractor who focuses on Neuro-Optimization in Ottawa, Canada.