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cutthefatA lot of people associate exercise with working hard, sweating loads and feeling tired. Exercise actually boosts energy levels with the rush of endorphins leaving you feeling alive and happy after a workout. The term endorphin rush has been adopted in popular speech to refer to feelings of exhilaration brought on during exercise, excitement, pain, consumption of spicy food, love and orgasm. Now I don’t know about you but after an indulgence in some morning bedroom activity there is an extra spring in my step and it is exactly the same spring I get after an amazing intense gym workout. I missed out on that feeling for 8weeks while I was living unhealthily as part of the STONEiMAGE Experiment and it’s only now that I’m back exercising again that I notice the huge change in my persona and aura. I’m so much happier and vibrant as appose to the monotone, lazy, zombie of the 8weeks prior to exercise.

Do you go through life, one day to the next, feeling as if time is just passing you by and wake up not feeling excited about the day ahead? If that’s you then you could probably do with that spring being added to your step. Whether its quality time in the bedroom or exercise, add physical activity to your lifestyle and I promise you with the boosted energy levels and positive thinking life will start to look so much better.

When I look back at my video diaries for the STONEiMAGE Experiment I’m shocked at the clear differences, my voice tone, energy levels and all round persona is like you are looking at 2 different people. Look at this moody guy

and now only just 2 full weeks of exercise, I’m nearing getting back to shape and I’m so much happier. You wouldn’t believe this is the same person

Those who exercise will know exactly what I’m talking about and to them I’d just say don’t take it for granted like I did. But those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about when I say endorphin rush, get active and watch your life change.

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