Many people’s excuse for not exercising is, “I just don’t have time.” They believe working long hours and concentrating for long periods of time make them the most productive. That sounds logical, right?
Wrong! Study after study show that regular cardio and strength training exercises play a key role in stimulating brain activity and productivity, encouraging creativity, reducing stress, and improving memory. The bottom line is, the best thing that you can do for your physical, emotional, and professional health is exercise. As little as 30 minutes a day can make a drastic improvement!
At Innovation Focus, we take this to heart. Jen A. and Jen M. run, walk, do pilates or high impact training over their lunch break. Anne and Laura speed walk 2 miles with weights each day. Chris often bikes to and from work. Noah walks to and from work from his house in the city. Tell us how you make exercise a part of your routine!