Exercise is important for physical health, longevity, stamina, mood and more.

You can exercise regardless of gender, age, or even physical ability.

Regular physical activity helps to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the vital parts of your body.

Feel better, more energized and live longer.

The benefits of exercising regularly are hard to overlook. Not only does regular exercise aid in weight loss, but it also prevents and corrects chronic health issues and even helps you sleep better.

Anyone can exercise, you can exercise regardless of gender, age or even physical ability. Exercise can improve your mood. Regular exercise actually helps to stimulate certain chemicals in the brain that actually leave you feeling more relaxed and happier than you were before exercising.

You will feel better and look better with regular exercise, increasing confidence and help to combat illness.

Physical activity can help to lower or stabilize your cholesterol levels. Studies suggest regular physical exercise can boost “good,” HDL (high-density lipoprotein) cholesterol levels while lowering levels of triglycerides in the body. This dual-action can help keep your blood flowing smoothly and lowers the level of built-up plaque that can collect in your arteries.

Additionally, regularly scheduled exercise can prevent certain types of cancer, type II diabetes and osteoporosis.

Regular exercise and help you to lower or maintain your weight. When you exercise, you burn off calories. You burn more calories when you work out at a higher intensity level. This is one of the easiest ways to manage your weight.

The best part is you can exercise any time, anywhere, even if you're a very busy person with not much spare time; you can still do jumping jacks during the commercials of your favorite program, or take a walk during your lunch break. Another suggestion is to take the stairs at work rather than the elevator. It doesn’t matter what you do as long as you get your heart pumping and you’re not just sitting still. Scheduled workouts are a great but sometimes not feasible and it’s better to accumulate some exercise time throughout the day than to do nothing at all.