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How stress affects your body❗

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👉Exercise and stress relief

☑️Exercise increases your overall health and your sense of well-being, which puts more pep in your step every day. But exercise also has some direct stress-busting benefits.

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What is Functional Training ⁉️⁉️

👉Functional Training aims to train your muscles to work together and prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in sports.
While using various muscles in the upper and lower body at the same time, functional training also emphasizes core stability. By training your muscles to work the way they do in everyday tasks, you prepare your body to perform well in a variety of common situations.

☑️Functional training can be done using resistance bands or dumbbells or perform bodyweight movements such as push-ups, sit-ups, planks, and squats. Exercises may also include aerobic exercises and weightlifting. Our trainers will tailor the optimum workout plan for your needs. 🏋️‍♀️🚴🤸

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Exercise is Essential for Well-Being During COVID-19 Pandemic❗❗

Why is exercise important during the COVID-19 pandemic⁉️

☑️Regular exercise is essential for everyone under normal circumstances. However, here are a few reasons why exercise is especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic:

☑️Exercise boosts the immune system: Research shows that regular, moderate-intensity exercise has immune-boosting benefits that may help your body fight off infections, including COVID-19.

☑️Exercise may prevent weight gain: Exercise can help you burn extra calories caused by dietary changes and offset the effects of sedentary activities.

☑️Exercise reduces stress and anxiety: Exercise is a proven mood-booster and can help adults reduce stress levels and build emotional resilience.

☑️Exercise improves sleep: There is evidence that suggests regular exercise helps you fall asleep faster and improves sleep quality and getting a good night’s sleep has also been found to boost your immune system

☑️Exercise may be especially beneficial for older adults and people with chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis, or heart disease.

☑️Regular exercise can help to improve balance, flexibility, strength, mobility, and cardiovascular health. Plus, it can boost energy and overall well-being.

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Benefits of being active with diabetes include❗❗

☑️Helps the body use insulin better

☑️Helps you look after your blood pressure, because high blood pressure means you’re more at risk of diabetes complications

☑️Helps to improve cholesterol (blood fats) to help protect against problems like heart disease

☑️Helps you lose weight if you need to, and keep the weight off after you’ve lost it there are so many more benefits to losing extra weight

☑️Gives you energy and helps you sleep
helps your joints and flexibility

☑️Benefits your mind as well as your body – exercise releases endorphins, which you could think of as happy hormones. Being active is proven to reduce stress levels and improve low mood.

☑️ For people with Type 2 diabetes, being active helps improve your HbA1c.

👉Being active is even more beneficial if you do things like make healthier food choices, don’t smoke and get enough sleep.

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The Art Of Exercise


👉It is thought that exercising on a regular basis can reduce your chances of having a stroke by as much as 27%. High blood pressure and being overweight are two major contributing factors towards the cause of strokes, so addressing these by leading an active lifestyle ensures that your blood pressure is lowered and that you maintain a healthy weight too.


When it comes to exercise, you should aim to try and manage around 30 minutes of moderate exercise around five times a week. This doesn’t mean that you need to do 30 minutes at once, instead you can break it down into smaller blocks throughout the day.

The aim should be to do aerobic exercise of moderate intensity, so exercise such as brisk walking or cycling, that will leave you breathless, having increased your heart rate, is ideal.

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