It’s been a tough year but lots of you have adapted. Gym classes over Zoom. Garden workouts. Running that same doorstep route. After being stuck staring at the same four walls for the past year, it’s time to put your mental health first. And, what better way to do that than with the return of those sports you love and have missed? It is time to get #BackInTheGame.
Exercise isn’t only beneficial for you physically, but it plays a huge role in your mental health, too. Here are 7 ways it does that.
It hasn’t just been the same four walls, but the same faces we’ve been seeing. Getting #BackInTheGame at a sports club allows you to interact with your friends in person, participating in an activity you all enjoy and having something in common.
Exercise is so powerful, it can boost your confidence and give you a great sense of self-worth. If you’ve spent too many days indoors or your physical activity has dropped off, it’s time to get back in the game and feel good about yourself again.
There is no better way to get those everyday stresses off your mind than by getting back in the game. Ever heard of the power of mindfulness? When you’re focused on an activity, and allow everyday worries to slip away, it can be bring you a lot of joy.