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Unlocking Your Potential: Mental and Physical Exercise Essentials
By: Charles Tyrwhitt
We all want to do well at work. But what is the key to becoming the best version of yourself, both at work and with your friends? Here, we explore some core mental and physical exercise you can complete to help you meet your personal development goals.
Rise and shine
We understand – working from the kitchen with our sweatpants on has been a unique experience. We all got to enjoy clambering out of bed and straight to our makeshift offices. Working from home was welcomed by many. But for our working lives, it is perhaps not the healthiest routine to get stuck into compared to the many benefits of a proper morning routine.
From making a big breakfast to ironing our https://www.charlestyrwhitt.com/
white shirts for a productive day in the office, our morning routines (https://www.verywellmind.com/
Morning routines also help reduce stress. Waking up early to properly prepare yourself for the day allows us to relax both our minds and bodies. Sleep is an exercise in itself. Recovering from it just as important.
Mind over muscle
While good exercise can keep us physically healthy, did you know that it's also a great tool for improving our mental health? Regular exercise can have a positive impact on depression (https://www.helpguide.org/
Furthermore, exercise is key to improving stress, memory, and sleep – further helping to unlock your true potential. Attending a gym, now that they're reopened, can also help with your mental health. An exercise routine coupled with the escapism of leaving your home or the local area can help you in times of unpredictability, uncertainty, and stress.
Getting back to work and socialising, we must have the physical and mental capacity to keep up with our busy lives. Achieving good mental health through exercise and rest is key to reigniting our lives after a difficult year, and starting again with a positive routine and working life can help improve our other experiences.