Why the “Why” Matters in Exercise & Creativity

Via Scoop.itHealthcare Continuing Education

Exercise bores you. Running to shed pounds? Snooze. Aerobics dancercise to jazz you into fitness? Uh, no. A Treadmill evening in front of a tv monitor? Put you out of your misery.

You’d rather spend your time working on ideas or projects than be at a gym.

But you also know you need it. That fleshy mobile home you’re hauling needs some attention. The foundation’s a little shaky. The plumbing might be off. And the walls are feeling a little flabby.

But maybe what will get you into yoga pants or power walking shoes is a meaningful motivation – and maybe the fact that moving your body benefits your creativity…
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