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Infographic: The Importance of Mindfulness in Exercise


Do you exercise mindfully? By that I mean tuning into the thoughts going through your head, and how the exercise physical makes you feels?

The following infographic from MyFitnessBoutique.co.uk shows that when we exercise mindfully, we end up getting a lot more mind and body benefits out of physical activity versus if we just performed the exercise absentmindedly. Being mindful in exercise allows us to really connect with our bodies so that we notice all of the positive physical and mental effects of our workouts. Mindful exercise also reduces the likelihood of injury and increases the self-satisfaction, which is an excellent stress-reliever…

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