Enhance your mood and have a profound impact on the working day by fully engaging with your teams and co-leaders
To be physically fit means to be in a state of health and well-being. Physical fitness is often defined as the body’s ability to function efficiently and effectively in work and leisure activities, to be healthy, to resist disease and if needs be, to react to emergency situations – run for your life or run for a bus! To put fitness in simple terms; being fit enables you to enjoy life to full and take on the daily challenges that may face you. You could take fitness to extremes and become a professional athlete, but that is not for everyone.
We are still physical beings; in other words, we still need physical activity to thrive – to be at our best. Regardless of age! However, for some reason people spend time finding ways to avoid being physical (walking; using the stairs; cycling; general exercise). The net result is, the less we do the less we are capable of doing. The less energy we have the more we want to sit; sitting has been described as the new smoking – long term, bad for your health.
By increasing your physical activity, it can positively enhance your mood; as a Healthy Leader this will have a profound impact on the working day and how you engage with your teams and co leaders. You rest better and think clearer; clear thinking leads to clear decision making