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7 Reasons to Be Fit


Being fit is a lifelong pursuit, just because you’ve achieved the body of your dreams or crushed a transformation challenge doesn’t mean that your time in fitness is over.


With that in mind, why do you want to be fit?


#1 Have More Energy


If you’re ever pushed really hard in a workout (and if you’re here reading this than you likely have/do), you know the feeling of pure exhaustion that envelopes your mind and body at the end of a grueling workout.


So, you might be wondering how being fit and training hard can actually increase your energy when you feel utterly drained after a hard training session.


Well, hard training provides a powerful stimulus to your physiology which causes it to ramp up mitochondrial biogenesis. The mitochondria are the mini “nuclear reactors” of your cells that produce ATP -- the cellular currency of energy production.


Exercise increases mitochondria in the body, which means you literally are producing more energy the more fit you are. Not only will you have more energy in your muscles, but research also shows that exercise increases mitochondrial biogenesis in the brain, which can help you have more mental energy and feel less fatigued during the day.[1]


#2 Become the Best Version of Yourself


Being fit isn’t the result of “punishing” yourself with exercise or doing penance for enjoying some “bad” foods.


Fitness is a treat, an indulgence, a gift that you have the opportunity to relish in every single day.


Getting (and staying) fit is all about building yourself up so that you become the best version of yourself.


To be fit, you must develop an affable relationship with yourself so that you can become stronger, both mentally and physically. And in that journey, you’ll also become more resilient, dependable, and successful.


In other words, when you’re fit, you’ll realize what you’re truly capable of, realize your full potential, and become the most badass version of yourself.


#3 Gain Confidence


Few things can boost your confidence than seeing what you are truly capable of.


Sure, the compliments and “attaboys” (or “attagirls”) are great and very welcomed, but nothing can replace the sense of accomplishment that comes with pushing your mind and body to the limits.


Just imagine how you’ll feel after completing your first unassisted pullup after working for so long to complete one or completing your first half-marathon (or full marathon) when you previously thought it totally impossible.


You’re going to feel unstoppable!


Plus, not only did you get fit, but your confidence skyrocketed!


#4 Reduce Risk of Disease


The world is plagued by diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity, that are due, in large part, to lifestyle choices.


No matter what your current weight is, being fit and active improves your cardiometabolic health, including boosting HDL (“good”) cholesterol and decreasing unhealthy LDL (“bad”) cholesterol and triglycerides.


Furthermore, regular exercise is also known to help reduce the risk of, or manage many health problems and concerns, including:

  • Unfavorable cholesterol profiles
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Stroke
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis


Being fit and training regularly may even help reduce the risk of all-cause mortality (death from all causes).


#5 Better Mood


Feeling down in the dump or stressed to the gills with life stuff?


Good news!


Exercising regularly and being fit can help.


Physical activity (even something as low-key as walking around the block) stimulates the production of chemicals in the brain that help reduce stress, decrease anxiety, and heighten mood.


One other thing to consider is that you may also feel better about your appearance and overall well-being when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and your self-esteem.


#6 Look Younger


Exercise improves circulation, which helps bring nutrient-rich blood to all the cells of your body, including those of your skin, which allows your skin to look its best. Plus, research finds that exercise can reverse skin aging![2]


Moreover, when you’re fit, you naturally look younger and more vibrant!


In addition to regular exercise, it’s also important to eat a well-rounded diet, which supplies the body with the essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and polyphenols it needs to promote youthful-looking skin. And, for added support, check out Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides, which contains a carefully selected ingredients backed by research to promote glowing skin, healthier hair, and stronger nails.


#7 Enjoy Daily Life More!


When you’re fit and in shape, you’ll enjoy daily life more.


Just think about it, you won’t get winded walking up the stairs or across the parking lot. Your back won’t ache when you have to bend down to pick up something off of the floor. You can join your friends for a pick up game of basketball or a hike and not worry about not being able to keep up. You’ll also have better cognitive function, so you’re less likely to forget something important and won’t have to deal with the irritation that so frequently accompanies being forgetful.



  1. Steiner JL, Murphy EA, McClellan JL, Carmichael MD, Davis JM. Exercise training increases mitochondrial biogenesis in the brain. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2011 Oct;111(4):1066-71. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00343.2011. Epub 2011 Aug 4. PMID: 21817111.
  2. https://www.amssm.org/research-says-regular-exe-p-145.html

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