Stress and Exercise
Did you know that stress can profoundly affect the way you feel on a day-to-day basis?
It has been scientifically proven that stress can release various chemicals into the body that put our systems into survival mode which cause various functions in our body to overact and therefore wear itself out.
Nowadays, everyone tends to remain stressed much longer than is natural for the human body and coupled with that we also remain inactive for longer periods of time than we used to before we started living in cities and working in cubicles.
But even though our lives have changed and the way we behave is different, our bodies are still exactly the same as they were thousands of years ago.
The best way to offset the negative effects of stress and inactivity is to engage in some sort of full body exercise on a daily basis.
Exercise not only causes our muscles and other bodily functions to operate in an efficient and cleansing manner, but even 10 minutes of exercise a day can release chemicals into our body, called endorphins, that serve to fill us with a sense of well-being.
Rebounding is one such exercise as it provides an intense full body workout in a very short span of time and fulfills all the requirements our bodies need to cope with modern day-to-day lives.