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Punching and lifting weights reduces anxiety and improves your mood!

Feeling frazzled, anxious about the future, Down in the dumps? Then, this new study is for you!

In a recent study from the University of Limerick, Ireland, Researchers looked at how weight training could improve mood and feelings of well-being. The study used simple weight training routines such as squats, lunges, lifts and crunches, twice per week. This group, reported 20% Reduced feelings of anxiety.

So, if you’re feeling anxious, tense or uptight, try lifting weights, and exchange these feelings, to feelings of strength and mastery!

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