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5 Workouts To Try If You've Had A Stressful Day

5 Workouts To Try If You've Had A Stressful Day

Pompi Borah 28 February, 2018 Updated on : 23 Mar 2018

Are you going through a phase in your life which is deeply affecting your thoughts, behavior, feelings, and your sense of well-being?If yes, then you’re going through an initial phase of stress. Stress occurs when you think your life doesn’t match up to your expected standards, which you had previously set, and you feel powerless to change it. A stressed mood is a temporary reaction to a bad turn of events which are directly and personally related to you.
Having a stressful day? Try these 5 workouts.

  • Yoga
    Sometimes we just need a channel to relieve stress to simply overcome the insecurities we have inside. Yoga is an excellent therapeutic stress reliever. This is because you get to channel your inner negative emotions via fiercely energetic yet safe physical activity.

  • Foam Rolling and Stretching

Foam rolling turns on your parasympathetic nervous system which is what aids in relaxation. You can help your mind and body unwind and relax.

  • Dance
    If you are feeling tense or stressed out, grab a partner, turn up the music and Dance! Dance and music help relieve stress.

  • Kickboxing
    Kickboxing releases all your frustrations with a high-energy routine. Considering the high intensity of this sport, you will also see and feel that your concentration levels will gradually improve and increase enabling you to focus on your stress levels.

  • Body Weight Training

Exercising your muscles can help you gain muscle mass and strength.However, more importantly, regular bodyweight exercises and activities can help improve your mood and even reduces your risk of stress.

Some people swear by medication, others by therapy, and some by the support. However, it is necessary to understand that working out regularly and following a balanced diet not only helps us to cure stress, but also makes us adapt to a healthier and fit lifestyle. We all should look for our own ways of working out, based upon our level of comfort and intensity and start building up a fit future for ourselves which is free from stress.