Workout From The Anytime Fitness App
If you’re feeling low, and sluggish, one of the best things you can do to boost your energy is actually get up and move! It makes sense: We know the long-term benefits of regular exercise, including increased energy, but there are quick wins as well. Without getting into the specifics of mitochondria and their link to producing energy, let’s just say that the right kind of exercise naturally fights fatigue and builds energy.
Bonus:It helps your circulation and metabolism, too. And energy-boosting exercise doesn’t have to be rigorous or time-consuming. It’s actually best to stick to your low to moderate training option, so your heart rate doesn’t spike too much or deplete your body of energy. So skip that nap or couch time (however tempting!), put down the coffee, and try this quick pick-me-up workout instead.