If you’re really not a physical person then the idea of going to a gym could be completely terrifying, but doing exercise actually releases good chemicals in your brain – so even if you ache the next day, you’ll feel good for it! Going to a gym can be a good way to meet like-minded people, as well as giving you a routine to follow if you go regularly. It can actually be kinda fun when you get into it! There’s also something super rewarding about seeing yourself make progress too. Maybe you lift a slightly heavier weight. Or maybe you run a little bit further and faster than last time. The tricky bit is motivating yourself to get up and go, but it can be well worth it.

Catch WWE’s Mark Andrews talking about how hitting the gym helps with his mental health:

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