Why Morning Stretching Starts Your Day Off Right!
by Keely Majewski | Fitness, Life, Meditation, Mindfulness, UncategorizedOct 14, 2016 0 comments
Stretching your muscles not only feels good when you get up in the morning, it forms a barrier of protection around you throughout the day ahead. With so many creative ideas and stress running through your mind, you need all the help you can get when it comes to your body doing it’s job!
While improving performance in anything physical, and the close to zero chance of injury, stretching has got you covered! You’ll be helping exercise your flexibility and giving your body a comfortable range of motion, allowing your body to work at it’s best performance. Stretching will also help increase blood flow circulation to all of your muscles.
Your body will benefit by incorporating morning stretching into your routine, you’ll experience better posture, more energy, and most of all confidence and alertness.
It’s hard to see physical differences just by stretching, but if you stick to it, the internal benefits will slowly start to shine!
Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll experience when you apply this change to your daily routine:
– More flexibility, keeps your joints loose = less stiff!
– Decrease injury and prepares your muscles.
– Gets rid of the hunched shoulders and gives you fantastic posture!
– Reduces muscle sores by increasing blood supply.
– Clear thinking because of increased nutrient supply to muscles.
– Having a moment to relax and gather your thoughts in the morning!
All you have to do is start! Try to incorporate this wonderful life hack into your mornings, using exercises like these! Learn to make it a habit and you’ll feel a difference the same day you start. You’ll feel good about yourself, your health journey, and your body! Here at REVITA5 we know you can do it, we know you can make this change!
“That’s because stretching increases your blood flow and circulation for a healthier body and sends oxygen to your brain for a clearer mind and sunnier moods,” says Peggy Hall, wellness expert.