Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Workout That's Best For Negative Emotions

Exercise boosts production of good chemicals in your body called endorphins. But there are even more benefits you can get that can best treat your negative emotions.

So, if you're angry, try kick boxing or a game of tennis. The physical act of hitting something will help you release energy and hostility.

If you're worried, try yoga or ballet which can help calm your mind with the slow, meditative movements.

If you feel powerless after losing your job, try strength or resistance training. Studies show that as you increase your physical strength, your confidence gets a lift as well.