Movement Benefits

Incorporating movement in our daily routines can transform our physical, mental, and emotional health to a higher level. The various forms of exercise benefit our lymphatic system, lungs, cardiovascular system, circulation, hormones, longevity, and mental health.


Health Benefits of Exercise


  • Enhances Brain Health

  • Increases Heart Health

  • Helps Prevent Brain Degeneration

  • May Prevent and Treat Cancer

  • Limits Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

  • Reduces Stress, Anxiety & Depression

  • Increases Bone Health

  • Increases Metabolism and Fat Loss

  • Increases Muscular Strength

  • Reduces Back Pain

  • Increases Libido and Sexual Energy

  • Helps with Arthritis

  • Increases Growth Hormone and Testosterone

  • Improves Sleep Quality

  • Boosts Longevity



Exercise may be a potent antidote to the aging process by preserving our telomeres.  Telomeres are the nucleoprotein caps positioned at the end of chromosomes. They essentially protect our genetic data and have a role in cellular division. Longer telomeres are associated with a biologically younger person; whereas short telomeres can be associated with aging and degenerative diseases.


A study in Preventive Medicine,  led by Exercise Science Professor Larry Tucker found that people who exercised the most had biological aging markers that appeared nine years younger than those who were sedentary.

No Exercise Increases Mortality


The World Health Organization concluded that physical inactivity is one of the leading risk factors for death worldwide. Physical inactivity is a risk in the development of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes.

“Epidemiological studies over the past 50 years have unanimously shown that low physical activity and physical fitness is associated with high cardiovascular and total mortality.”




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