Often people think of exercise as something that will possibly make them look better and maybe live longer. But, it doesn't just stop there. Exercise can improve all aspects of lives, especially relationships with friends, family, and significant others.
- Become a Better You. Exercise can make you feel better about yourself. How you perceive yourself is obvious to others around you.
- Attract Positive People. When you feel better about yourself, you attract the right crowd. Attract others that are positive to be around.
- Be a Role Model. When you exercise, other aspects of your life improve. Your body wants to eat better, sleep sounder, and be more active.
- Meet More People. Exercise can help your fear subside. Your positive choices for your body will help your confidence; and therefore more inclined to meet others.
- Good Relationships Become a Goal. With any exercise, creating goals help you succeed in every workout. It's the same idea with relationships. The more you create goals the more natural it becomes. Think of it as something you want work and improve on every day.
- Communicate Better. When confused about how you feel and what you want for yourselves can be difficult to share with others. Studies show exercise helps your brain think more clearly, which will help your communication skills with others.
These improvements to your relationships take time. It's important to work on you first and then show others what you're made of.
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Madeline Romeo is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist. Based on her years of experience, Madeline has created a 3 Workout System to Get Fit and Toned DVD. Train for 30 minutes a day, three days a week. "Learn how your body works while getting results." www.fitnessroots.com