Nervous, tense, and anxious?
Physical exercise can help you reduce these feelings.
Ever had a big meeting coming up where you are supposed to deliver great ideas, analyses, and reflections? Did you find yourself feeling nervous and anxious?
A big “meeting” might be perceived by the brain as a big “fight”. Your brain is preparing itself for the fight and it brings the body along. You might have difficulties to sleep, relax, and focus.
As your brain prepares itself to go into a “fight” the body releases lots of “energy” molecules into the bloodstream that will help you win the “fight”.
This is where physical exercise might help you. As you start to use your muscles, you will use up some of those molecules and they will be redrawn from the blood.
After just a short bodyweight circuit you might feel less nervous. You might feel more relaxed, focused, and ready to sit down and deliver your logic human ideas, analyses, and reflections.