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The #1 Best Place to Exercise, New Study Says

ETNT Mind+Body Logo ETNT Mind+Body | Slide 1 of 5: Whether you're enjoying an endorphin rush after a few laps in the pool or feeling a runner's high after a quick jog, it's no secret that exercise can be a major mood booster. In fact, a 2018 review published in the Journal of Happiness Studies reveals that doing just 10 minutes of exercise a week was associated with improvements in mood. Better yet, a new study suggests that doing your workout in one particular place could make you feel even better—and it might even improve your feelings of anxiety and depression. Before you lace up those sneakers, read on to discover which workout location could make you feel like a million bucks. And if you want to get healthier in a hurry, start by cutting out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

The #1 Best Place to Exercise, New Study Says

Whether you're enjoying an endorphin rush after a few laps in the pool or feeling a runner's high after a quick jog, it's no secret that exercise can be a major mood booster. In fact, a 2018 review published in the Journal of Happiness Studies reveals that doing just 10 minutes of exercise a week was associated with improvements in mood. Better yet, a new study suggests that doing your workout in one particular place could make you feel even better—and it might even improve your feelings of anxiety and depression. Before you lace up those sneakers, read on to discover which workout location could make you feel like a million bucks. And if you want to get healthier in a hurry, start by cutting out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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