Why Moving?

Thanks to modern technology we’re more connected than ever before, but failing to switch off – our devices and our minds – can have a detrimental effect on our health and wellbeing.

There are hundreds of good reasons why it’s worthwhile to be active. While you may have heard stacks of them, some of the lesser-known reasons are:

1

It
charges

you up

Thirty minutes or more of vigorous exercise releases endorphins (the good stuff) in the brain, giving you energy, vitality and an intense natural high.

2

It helps your
positivity

Studies show that exercise is a great way to help manage depression. It not only releases those happy hormones, but also helps clear your mind of stress, confusion and worry.

3

It helps
your social life

Exercising with others, going to the gym or playing sports can be a great way to meet new people and keep each other motivated.

4

It helps
you
sleep

Working the body and clearing the brain ensures a good night’s sleep, and can help regulate problematic sleeping patterns.