Since there are so many people that offer their work as an excuse to explain why they are unable to maintain a steady workout schedule, we thought the best counter to derail that train of thought would be to find reasons why working out actually increases productivity instead of reducing it.
This story stems from the energetic fellows at Entrepreneur magazine. They claim that exercise stimulates creative juices, reduces stress, and facilitates networking opportunities. It also bolsters self-confidence and increases energy.
In case, you are always on the go, here is a list of the 10 of the best gyms at airports compliments of Entrepreneur as well. How many more reasons do you need? Here is one straight from the source….
….Ditch your morning cup of coffee and head to the gym instead. A 2008 study published in the Journal Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics concluded that inactive individuals who normally complained of fatigue experienced increases in energy of up to 20 percent and decreased fatigue as much as 65 percent by participating in regular, low-intensity physical activity.