People who think of physical exercise primarily as a way to have fun are much less likely to 'reward' themselves with food later. That's because they already feel rewarded by the excitement and enjoyment of the physical activity itself. Jane McGonigal, author of Superbetter, explaining the motivating power of thinking about life - including working out! - as a game.
1. KEEP IT LIGHT. Going for walk or going dancing all add up. And you don’t have to […]
A 2014 study out of Stanford a university found that taking a walk has a significant impact on […]