8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise Read Online Free - We all know that exercise is good for physical health. Improved fitness has been proven to increase longevity and stave off illness. Recently, there has been a wealth of data proving that exercise also contributes to overall mental well-being. Routine exercise alleviates stress and anxiety, moderates depression, relieves chronic pain, and improves self-esteem.
Christina G. Hibbert, an expert on women’s mental health, grief, and self-esteem issues, here offers readers step-by-step strategies for sticking to fitness goals, overcoming motivation challenges and roadblocks to working out, and maintaining a physically and emotionally healthy exercise regimen. The techniques she offers will benefit readers at any stage of life or fitness level. Whether you have worked out periodically in the past or have never hit the gym, this book will help you get moving, stay moving, and maintain the inspiration you need to reap the mental health benefits of regular exercise.
|Title||:||8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise|
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
December 18, 2017
This book was assigned for class and that is the only reason I finished it. It just didn't do it for me. The author dragged out some sections as if to reach her target page count. The book increased my anxiety as I continued to read it. I need go for run now that I'm done.
I'm sure this will be he...
June 09, 2017
Picked this up on a whim from the library and it is SO HELPFUL. Before reading this, I didn't realize that "avoiding exercise because it reminds me of panic attacks" was a thing, but the second I realized it was, I realized that's what's been happening to me. I feel so much better knowing it's no...
February 05, 2017
Very thorough (to the point of being almost overwhelming to my addled brain). An excellent resource, overall.
September 13, 2017
- available in SG NLB 616.891 (SK
December 08, 2016
self-esteem myth was the most helpful section of all
March 12, 2017
This book has many key pointers on how to live a flourishing life by exercising to promote emotional, mental, physical and spiritual growth.
October 29, 2016
Wow. I hope this book is happy with killing someone. It *continuously* goes on and on that exercise is so much better for *all* mental health problems than medication is. Um....no. A simple google search will give you refutations to the studies that the author is so fond of. Most studies of menta...
September 03, 2016
I loved that this book discussed exercise and not diet.