Hey here wellness adventurers!
Did you know your physical fitness influences how you communicate with people? It is not just about having a six pack to look sexy on the beach. There are so many real advantages to having good core strength.
“The quality of your life is directly related to the quality of your communication.”
~ Tony Robbins www.tonyrobbins.com
How does your fitness level influence your communication?
Research has shown that:
55% of your communication is done by BODY LANGUAGE
38% of it is from your tone of voice
7% is from the actual words you chose to say
Therefor 93% of your communication is NON-VERBAL!
Can you see the link? If you are tired, hungry, injured, depressed, etc, it will effect your energy levels. If you have low energy or a sore back or sore throat, you will have less personal power for your communication.
Walking is man’s best medicine
~ Hippocrates 300BC
The father of medicine, Hippocrates was so right. Physical activity uplevels every part of your body-mind-spirit.
I did a 10 minute sprint on my stationary bike upstairs here in our home. I will be going to the gym later for an intense leg and core workout. www.extremefitness.ca
An empty hotel pool at The Hilton Hotel in Houston ~ April 2009
What is the best exercise? The one you enjoy and you will do every day. It could be swimming. Above image from a recent trip to Houston.
Swimming, walking, running, weight-training, it is all good. Aim to move most days of the week
All the best in your fitness quest