So rationally, the more we get up and move our body, the more calories we will burn during the process. We can burn calories by just doing simple chores at home such as running the vacuum cleaner or going up and down stairs or even chewing a gum while you’re watching the television to name a few. It is so easy to do that we sometimes don’t even notice it. Since I… haven’t got the chance to be in a gym. Haha, its been awhile now since I last went to a gym in Kuantan and I’m feeling that… I assume that, there’s nothing undelicious or untasty in Kelantan, and I think maybe that is the cause. But then, we should also be proud of it, haha, why don’t we give ourselves a big clap to it. Thank you. iii. Adding to the advantages, exercise increases our metabolic rate.
Perhaps this is why active people can eat anything and not gain weight. Researches proves that if you’re thin and you eat a lot, that means that your metabolic rate is high meanwhile if you’re fat and you eat in a small amount, that would mean the opposite. Besides, it also lowers the risk of many diseases, including heart attacks and other cronic infections. iv. Furthermore, exercise is also good for our body and soul. It improves our mood and make us happy and cheerful all the time. Due to the chemicals released in the brain called endorphins, it gives us an overall feeling of well-being.
This is the same feeling that we feel when we are in love or when we are eating chocolate passionately. v. Plus, exercising in the morning may help us to sleep better on the night. But, just be sure that we don’t exercise too close to our bedtime because it may keep us awake. If you really need to exercise within a few hours before going to bed, just make sure that it’s only a brisk walk. Experts say that we should allow ourself about three hours between exercise and going to bed. vi. I guess that’s all from me today. Thank you all for borrowing me your ears and for your attention.
In this assignment we will be looking at why people exercise and why they don’t. This assignment will also include what barriers there are to exercise and determinants of exercise adherence they include; personal, demographic, environmental and cognitive. We will also look at behavioural change models they are; transtheoretical model — Prochaska and Di Clemente; health belief model, theory of ...