I suppose we have all heard it many times before about the great benefits of exercise, especially for reducing stress. But if everyone knows that exercise is such a powerful stress reliever - why is there still some stress and stress-induced illness and fatigue in today's society.

The answer is obvious - is not it?

Most people know what to do, but they either do not or do not know how to do it well.

Most experts agree that one of the best ways to deal with stress is through exercise. The question then may be, how does exercise reduce stress?

Here are just a few of the benefits of exercise.

1. Stress relief
2. Lowers body fat levels
3. Improves cardiovascular
4. Reduces the risk of diseases
5. Lowers your blood pressure
Makes you feel better (exercise releases endorphins that cause an almost euphoric state.)

Stress is caused by struggle or flight response.

In our prehistoric days, when humans were cavemen, the stress response was necessary for our survival. Today we no longer have to run, fight animals or another person. (Mostly) So we do not have the ability to release or burn the stress.

Therefore, we carry it with us and it creates emotional and physical problems for us as well.

Simple training will reduce or eliminate stress significantly. As well as improving our self-esteem and self-esteem.

How to reduce exercise stress!

One of the best exercises you can do to reduce stress - and it takes the least amount of time - is isometric training.

Isometric training is simply gathering your muscles against resistance. You can do freehand isometry, but the most effective kinds are where you use resistance bands, dumbbells or isometric training equipment.

To perform an isometric exercise, you can simply do a bicep curl and then hold the position in the middle range for a maximum of 10 seconds.

This type of movement isolates the muscle and can, according to scientific research, produce strength gains of up to 300% in 30 days. This way you get 2 benefits with just a simple exercise - you reduce your stress level and become stronger.

How does exercise reduce stress? Very effective is the answer!

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