Exercise is so underrated!
You hear about it all the time. You see so many gyms. You see so many commercials about gyms.
So many people have memberships to gyms but rarely or never use them!
If they do use them, it's inconsistent so it's almost useless.
There are only a small percentage of people that have gym memberships that actually use them regularly.
You don't need a gym membership but what I am trying to say is that if you get one, be the one that uses it regularly.
Cardio workout for 45-60 minutes in a row three times a week is good for your heart.
Exercise releases chemicals which help to relieve stress and other chemicals that make you feel good. Plus the fact that you will end up in better shape.
Another good thing about exercise is that it will increase your self esteem and this psychologically will help you in becoming OCD free.
Another very important thing that exercise does is give you positive attention from other people. People that take care of themselves are usually more well received than people who don't.
So to increase your image, your health, your mental health, increase your chance of living longer, exercise can do this, and it's a no-brainer!
Take action: What you want to do is find a good gym and work with a trainer who can teach you how to make a program and tell you what to eat. They will also show you all the exercises that you can do so that you can be as efficient and effective as possible in your exercise.
Whatever you do, stick to the plan. Dedication is when you continue the action long after the excitement has left you.
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Derek Soto is an ex-sufferer of OCD who teaches people how to overcome their OCD for good in a very short time using little known techniques which are usually ignored by the medical field altogether.
Derek Soto also mentors people on a wide range of subjects including how to control your thinking naturally, how to defeat anxiety, phobias and how to change your thought processes so that you will be happier and live a more fulfilling life, period.