The Importance of Movement

Running a snowslope

Research has shown approximately 25 percent to 35 percent of American adults are inactive.  This state of inactivity not only is detrimental for our physical bodies, but our mental, emotional and spiritual selves as well. 

Movement is more than being fit, it’s about being aware of what goes on inside you – the body and mind – and the integration of the two.  Movement is also about taking action in your life to change behaviors and beliefs that are holding you back. 

Why move?

Movement breaks stress and apathy.  Movement is release.  Movement demonstrates one’s taking responsibility for things in one’s life.  Movement is feeling.

Finally, movement is living…fully.





Published by Guillermo

I started this blog to sharing my experiences of the life. I invite you to join me.

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