When you’re a high school or an undergraduate student, your view of working out is 1-2 grueling hours in a gym “going hard” daily!
As we get older, we do not realize that that definition changes with our age. We also do not realize how much time we spend behind a computer or working in a relatively sedentary position.
All that to say…as you develop into a highly productive professional, you must adopt good physical fitness practices to maintain that high level of productivity. It can be as simple as walking to work (1-2 miles) 2-3 days a week or a simple 30 minute cardio routine. Keep it simple and realize that any activity is probably more than you do at work.
Being in better shape will provide you with the crucial energy needed to be very successful in your day-to-day endeavors. You will look good, feel good, and think good.
For a sharp mind, also try fish oil supplements…research supports it!
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Dr. Gabriel Burks is dedicated to increasing higher education awareness and showing aspiring scholars the power of science.