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Can you imagine yourself saying the words, “I love to exercise?”

If you really want to change the way you think about exercise and even improve the benefits you get from exercising then the I Love to Exercise! Hypnosis MP3 is the key. There is no question in anyone’s mind that exercise is good for you. Yet so many people simply hate to exercise. Many people actually view exercise as drudgery and would rather put up with the health consequences of not getting enough. However, if you have been told by a doctor or have come to recognize that you do need exercise to stay healthy, then getting motivated to do it and then learning to love it are what comes next.

You may have tried all different types of exercises in the hopes of finding something that will click with you. Perhaps it is walking, riding a bike, swimming, or more recreational movement such as dancing or playing an organized sport. Still, it you don’t find enjoyment from exercise then there is something in the mindset that is preventing it from happening. That is because exercise releases endorphins that create a euphoric feeling and make you want to come back for more.

Hypnosis works by first helping you to relax. You may be thinking at this point that sure beats exercise! After getting the mind and body into a completely relaxed, responsive state, hypnosis can effectively train the mind to want to exercise. After all, your mind already knows that exercise is good for you and your body is going to respond to it in a positive way. Hypnosis builds on that knowledge.

I Love To Exercise!

If you really want to change the way you think about exercise and even improve the benefits you get from exercising then hypnosis is the key.

There is no question in anyone’s mind that exercise is good for you. Yet so many people simply hate to exercise. Many people actually view exercise as drudgery and would rather put up with the health consequences of not getting enough. However, if you have been told by a doctor or have come to recognize that you do need exercise to stay healthy, then getting motivated to do it and then learning to love it are what comes next.

You may have tried all different types of exercises in the hopes of finding something that will click with you. Perhaps it is walking, riding a bike, swimming, or more recreational movement such as dancing or playing an organized sport. Still, it you don’t find enjoyment from exercise then there is something in the mindset that is preventing it from happening. That is because exercise releases endorphins that create a euphoric feeling and make you want to come back for more.

Hypnosis works by first helping you to relax. You may be thinking at this point that sure beats exercise! After getting the mind and body into a completely relaxed, responsive state, hypnosis can effectively train the mind to want to exercise. After all, your mind already knows that exercise is good for you and your body is going to respond to it in a positive way. Hypnosis builds on that knowledge.

In his program, I Love to Exercise! Hypnosis MP3 audio, Clinical Hypnotherapist Steve G. Jones is able to help you get into a state of mind and relaxation where the messages you need to trigger action can become a part of the way you think and truly feel. Hypnosis really can turn a couch potato into a person who craves movement and loves to exercise.You don’t always need fancy equipment at home to get a good workout. So no excuses. If you don’t have a set of dumbbells, use water bottles or even 16-ounce cans to tone and tighten up those arms.

Schedule your exercise like any other “appointment”. When was the last time you said “Gee, I have nothing to do for the next hour, I’ll exercise?” Exercise will become a habit if you “ink it in” and then just follow through.

Try working out in the morning. It is the best time of the day to exercise. You’re usually more rested in the a.m. so you’ll get a better workout. You’ll be energized for the rest of the day and the best reason, it gets it out of the way – done – finished.

Ask your friends to exercise with you. You will encourage and motivate each other. You’ll have someone to talk to and you’ll find the time passes more quickly.

Get the most out of your daily duties. For a quick pick-me-up, walk a few flights of stairs at the office, take the dog on a longer walk, or park your car in the furthest spot from the market.

Remember that participation not perfection is the goal of exercise. If you miss a workout or just can’t get going one day, so what! Don’t get hung up on it, just get back on track the next day.

“Living the life of my dreams.”

“It has been a year since our last session. The pounds have been consistently dropping. I eat differently and don’t even try to. I exercise three times a week and love it. Most importantly, my view of life is completely different now. I went from being overweight and suicidal to being thin, sexy, beautiful and totally confident. My mom is happier than ever and so is my husband. That’s right! I am married. He’s 6’4”, an architect, and wants kids. I feel like I’m living the life of my dreams. Hypnosis is amazing. You taught me that I could do ANYTHING that I BELIEVE I can do. You are right. Feel free to share this letter with others. I want the world to know about the power of hypnosis and the power of the human mind! With much love and respect…”
-Jen Glazer, Hilton Head, SC

Have you been working out for a while, but need a jump-start?

Revive a stagnant routine and jolt your body into action, shake it up a little – or a lot. If you use the treadmill for cardiovascular endurance, try using an elliptical machine. Or if you are stuck in the same old step aerobic class, try taking a cool new class at your gym. Some of the hottest classes around are making their way mainstream. Boxing-based programs, indoor cycling, martial arts based aerobics and yoga classes may be your best defense against boredom, which is the number one reason people give up exercising.

If you haven’t been in the habit of warming up and stretching before you workout, make it a new resolution. You probably are pressed for time and can’t be bothered with the extras, but it is absolutely necessary to warm up your body before any strenuous exercise. Start by marching in place for two or three minutes to get the blood flowing to your muscles. This, along with some gentle stretching will prep you for almost any activity ahead.

Distract yourself if you find it helps pass the time. With an inexpensive tape player on your hip, you can learn a new language, listen to your favorite music, or catch up on the news. This is a super purchaseive thirty minutes for your brain and body.

Remind yourself how good you feel after you exercise. That great, pumped up feeling is your reward for doing something good for yourself. Remember, you only get it…if you do it! Don’t Quit!

“Steve is among the best in the world”

“Being someone who is extremely familiar with the power of hypnosis, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Clinical Hypnotherapist Steve G. Jones is among the best in the world.”
Dr. Steve G. Jones and Dr. Joe Vitale
Dr. Joe Vitale
Star of The Secret
#1 Best Selling Author of “The Attractor Factor”

Excerise Tip #1: The fundamentals of Stretching

Steve G. Jones I Love to Exercise hypnosisTry to stretch on as many days a week as you can. The more regularly you stretch the more likely you are to avoid tight muscles, feel better and prevent injuries. But, if your muscles are tight, be patient, it will take some time to gradually restore the muscles to their normal lengths.

Stretching throughout your life, whether to perform better at sports or to just feel better can reduce the effects of the aging process by reducing natural wear and tear on joints and muscles. Studies have shown that flexibility can be maintained and even restored to some degree through a well-designed stretching program that is implemented gradually and followed regularly.

Remember, stretching is not a contest, you shouldn’t compare yourself with others, because we all are different. And sometimes you can be really limber on one day and feel a little tighter the next. Stretch comfortably, within your limits, and you will begin to feel the flow of energy that comes from proper stretching.

Remember, “Don’t Quit!”

Quadriceps Stretch:
Good stretch for walkers, runners, hikers, and cyclists
1. Stand behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Stand on one foot, reach behind you and grab the other ankle.
3. Gently pull your foot up toward your glutes. Don’t rock or lean forward and keep your chest lifted.
4. Hold the stretch for 10 – 30 seconds.
5. Repeat the stretch using the other leg.

Standing Outer Thigh Stretch:
1. Stand behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Place one foot back behind and diagonally, pressing your heel into the floor.
3. Hold the stretch for 10-30 seconds
4. Repeat the stretch using the other leg.

Gastrocnemius and Achilles Tendon Stretch:
1. Stand arm’s length behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Keep your feet a few inches apart and your toes pointed forward with your heels flat on the floor.
3. Slowly push your pelvis forward, bend your elbows and lean forward, supporting yourself with your hands on the back of the chair.
4. Hold the stretch for 10-30 seconds.

Standing Shin Stretch:
1. Stand behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Bend your knees slightly.
3. Raise the toes of both feet up and off the floor at the same time, resting on your heels.
4. Hold the stretch for 10-30 seconds.

Hip and Buttisimo Stretch:
1. Stand behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Slightly bend your knees and cross one ankle over your opposite knee.
3. Sit back slightly and hold the stretch for 10-30 seconds.
4. Repeat the stretch crossing the other ankle over the opposite knee.

Back Of Shoulders And Upper Back:
Good for activities that require bending and upper body movements.
1. Stand behind a chair and hold on to the back for support and balance.
2. Take one step away from the chair until your arms are almost fully extended.
3. Bend forward from the waist, and let your shoulders stretch forward.
4. Hold the stretch for 10-30 seconds.

Excerise Tip #2: Some effective exercises to try

Dr. Steve exercise hypnosisWhat to do: Grab either a dumbbell or a barbell weight. Lay flat on your back on an exercise ball and point your feet straight. Take the dumbbell (or weight) and extend your arms straight over you. Contracting the abdominal muscles lift the weight straight up towards the ceiling. Exhale on the way up and inhale on the way down.

Don’t Forget to: Don’t bounce on the ball. Go slow enough so that the muscles are tight throughout the entire set. Also don’t bring the weight up at an angle (as in towards your lower body). Try to push the weight straight up, perfectly vertical.

Equipment needed: Exercise ball, dumbbell (or barbell weight)

Muscles worked: Upper abdominals & core muscles.

What to do: Lay down on the floor on your back. Hold an exercise bal with your hands over your head with the arms extended. Lift the ball to the middle while doing a crunch and bringing your shoulder blades off of the ground. Then bring the ball back over your head like in the start position. Exhale as you bring the ball up and inhale as you bring it back over your head.

Don’t Forget to: Don’t let the ball touch the ground over your head. Keep constant tension in your abs throughout the set.

Equipment needed: Exercise ball.

Muscles worked: Abdominal muscles, especially your upper abs.

What to do: Stand upright and hold two dumbbells with the palms up. Bring the elbows forward slightly and begin the exercise with you arms completely straight. Curl the dumbbells all the way up to the finish position as shown. This exercise is just like the standing barbell curl except you are using dumbbells instead.

Remember to: Keep the elbows still. Don’t rock them back and forth.

Equipment needed: Dumbbells

Muscles worked: Biceps

What to do: You can do this exercise bending over without a bench but it is much better performed on an exercise bench. Rest the opposite knee and hand on the bench of the side of the body you are working. Bend over so that your back is flat, parallel with the ground. This will help reduce torque on the shoulder and to concentrate on the triceps muscles. Start with the arm bent down to the side of the body. Using the elbow as a hinge of a door extend the arm towards the back until it is completely straight. Return to starting position & repeat. Do both sides of the body.

Don’t Forget to: Keep that back flat. Go slow so that you don’t use momentum. Do no flick your wrist at the top position. Keep the wrist straight to keep the emphasis on the triceps.

Equipment needed: Flat work out bench (optional but preferred), Dumbbell

Muscles worked: Triceps

What to do: Lay on your side and extend your arm down your leg as far as you can. Place a dumbbell on the side of your leg and hold on to it. The leg that you are working should have the toe pointed to the floor as much as possible. SLOWLY raise the upper leg into the air as high as you can and bring it back down until the toe touches the floor.

Don’t Forget to: Point the toe down. Put the dumbbell as far down the leg as possible.

Equipment needed: A Dumbbell.

Muscles worked: Outer Glutes and outer thigh

What to do: All you need is a wall. Place your back up against the wall. Suck your abdominal muscles in tight and lower yourself so that your rear is at the same level as your knees. Point your feet straight and hold this position. Stay there from 10-60 seconds depending on your fitness level.

Don’t Forget to: Don’t cheat by pushing on your thighs with your hands.

Equipment needed: Just a wall.

Muscles worked: Quads.

What to do: Position an exercise ball on a wall so that it is right at the level of your lower back. Open your legs wide and point your toes out like a ballet stance. Hold a dumbbell between your legs. Bend your knees and allow the weight of the dumbbell to pull you down towards the floor. Go down as far as you feel you can comfortably. Inhale on the way down and exhale on the way back up.

Don’t Forget to: Keep your back vertical against the ball.

Equipment needed: Exercise ball, one dumbbell

Muscles worked: Mostly inner thigh. Also some quads & glutes

Start enjoying a Brand New You!

My I love to exercise! Hypnosis mp3 session is designed to help you improve your exercise fitness, workout more and like doing it. With this exercise MP3 Your workout schedule will fit much easier into your daily life. Your exercise workout routine will become much easier in your daily schedule.

If you have an exercise program, this I love to exercise! hypnotherapy mp3 will enhance that program. You will find yourself obtaining exercise fitness as part of your daily life. If you do aerobic exercise or just a workout exercise, this I love to exercise! Hypnosis mp3 is a must, because hypnosis will greatly enhance your ability to include your exercise or working out almost automatically into your life!

Learning to exercise and workout more, by making it a habit, and any habit that is learned may also be relearned with the power of the subconscious mind. Buy this I love to exercise! Hypnosis MP3 now and have a brand new you in just a few short weeks!

You will learn to avoid the old habit of putting it off until later. Your mind is going to make certain that you devote the amount of time to your workout exercise that is required by you. Feeling happy when you exercise. Many more new ways of improving your exercise or working out are on this new I love to exercise! hypnotherapy MP3!

Steve G. Jones, Ed.D., Clinical Hypnotherapist, charges $1,500 for a custom recording and $25,000 for a one-hour private hypnotherapy session at his office. but you can get all the benefits for this low price. Simply listen to the I Love to Exercise! Hypnosis MP3 download every night as you go to bed for three weeks and feel the changes happening in your life. You will feel more empowered, more in touch with your true self, and you will truly know that your goals are within your reach.

This is the same hypnotic technique he uses with busy professionals, Hollywood actors, and people like you who are ready for a positive change NOW!

Steve G. Jones achieves AMAZING and LASTING results!!! Hypnosis is the easiest way to affect change in your life because the positive messages go straight to your subconscious mind effortlessly so you can accomplish your goals and reach for the stars!! All you have to do is listen to the mp3 at night as you go to sleep!!! You’ll hear soft music, the gentle sounds of the beach, and the soothing sound of Steve G. Jones’ voice all working together to bring about positive changes in your life easily and naturally. Steve G. Jones has been helping people improve their lives with hypnosis for over 17 years…now it’s time for him to help YOU… don’t wait, do it NOW !!! you’ll be glad you did. See you at the top!

Exercise is something that most of us need to be doing more of. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 65% of adults in the United States are either overweight or obese. The department stated that children under the age of 18 need 60 minutes of physical activity every day in order to stay healthy. Adults (over the age 18) are recommended to get 30 minutes of physical activity five or more times a week.

As a hypnotherapist who sees many clients for weight loss, the top reason why people say they do not work out is the lack of motivation and they often say they do not have the time. I tell my clients to find time to exercise, because the time is there. Physical activity is important for mental and physical health and should be at the top of everyone’s list of daily activities.

If you do not get regular physical activity, then I encourage you to find the time and motivation to make exercise a permanent part of your life. Exercise will help you feel better on the inside and outside. Regular physical activity will actually increase your energy level. Exercise is also a great stress reducer and has been shown in study to lower anxiety and depression.

It might seem hard to take the first step when it comes to getting in shape but the benefits are well worth the effort. Fluctuations in motivation, time management, lack of knowledge or equipment, the wrong environment, and simply lacking the willpower are all well-known obstacles that get in the way of crossing over that bridge to healthy habits, one of which is exercise. Too often, people put up with the undesirable effects that come along from a life of inactivity and avoiding anything strenuous rather than being spurred to exercise. Sometimes, even a doctor’s orders are not enough to get someone to let go of their bad habits and get the motivation to exercise.

Our bodies are the product of thousands of years of evolution, and have adapted to fit in a time where we needed to escape predators and seek out food, by way, often quite rigorously in the way of hunting. This is why effects of not exercising affect the entire body and causes such detriment when not done. Obviously, exercise does more than just burn calories that remain in the body as stored energy in the form of fat. In fact, remaining active is so crucial to one’s survival that our body responds in a way that seems to suggest it wants more. It is common for a person who engages in regular exercise to experience pleasurable feelings that occur due to the release of endorphins and endogenous (which means internally synthesized) painkillers. This is also called a runner’s high and is a great way to counteract mood disorders like depression. It can also be utilized for addicts to help them feel better during the withdrawal phases of certain drugs when coming back to baseline functioning can take weeks and sometimes even months.

The body wants exercise and unfortunately, when it doesn’t get it, it will begin to display subpar performance and cause a host of undesirable conditions as well. Our skeletons are lined with muscles, and our bones and muscles are fastened and balanced with ligaments and tendons. These are how we can move, and if we do not keep our muscles toned, it can cause real issues in getting around and the resulting muscle weakness can mean a large number of limitations. Even good posture is the muscles of the back keeping one upright.

The nutrients we ingest in food exists as macromolecules, compounds that are broken down to provide fuel to the various organs of systems when carrying out their duties, and plays a role all the way down to the microscopic cellular functions. Carbohydrates are sugars that the body uses as its main source of energy. Unused fuel is considered excess energy and saved in the body in adipose, which is the fat storage. This fat is added weight on the body, and takes a toll on the both skeleton and connective tissues, causing the bones, ligaments and tendons to have much more pressure. It can cause the lungs less room to expand and this leads to difficulty breathing. It can also cause problems with the blood vessels carrying out their duties not only because of the large amount of added fat but rather because it erodes the walls of the arteries, veins and capillaries. This extra intake of nutrients messes up the normal balances (which are usually kept in a specific ideal range) of hormones produced by the beta and alpha cells of the islets of langerhans, a region on the endocrine gland called the pancreas. Endocrine glands release chemicals, or hormones, into the blood. The beta cells produce insulin, which causes removal of sugar energy from the blood, and the alpha cells produce glucagon, which causes the release of sugar energy into the blood to course through the body. These cells are overworked to the point that they stop functioning well and this means that blood sugar will not be regulated properly. Effects include damage to the walls of the blood vessels, scarring them, when too much sugar energy is in the blood, and listless fatigue when too little sugar energy is in the blood. Most people can recognize those circumstances as diabetes. Exercise can prevent all these problems by making use of unused sugar energy, thus keeping all these mechanisms in check without disruption or deterioration.

There are specialized endocrine glands that produce particular chemicals called “stress hormones”, the major ones being adrenaline, norepinephrine, and cortisol. Their purpose is to get the body moving by pumping the heart, increasing blood pressure, and release energy to be used up for whatever necessary actions are needed for self-preservation. These chemicals are released in situations that are stressful and cause the famous “fight or flight” response. However, since most of us live without actually needing to fight or run, these chemicals begin to build up. They are abrasive to the blood vessels that are supposed to be delivering them and they cause problems like anxiety and stress. Worse, they cause the heart to go into overdrive each time, and weaken it.

The main components of the body’s immune system is lymphatic tissue and a liquid called lymph. The immune system fights infection by circulating the different types of white blood cells to combat invading pathogens or microbes like viruses, fungal or parasitic organisms, and bacteria. The lymph circulates from the top of the body to the bottom of the body by way of gravity, easily, but then there is the problem of getting back up to the rest of the body. If the lymph doesn’t circulate, then it cannot have whatever it picked up filtered through the lymph glands, or circulate the white blood cells which means other areas are neglected. Moreover, the trapped lymph causes swelling called edema. Moving around and exercising is the only way to get the lymph back around the body.

Another critical function of exercise is to strengthen the heart which is a muscle as well, a muscular pump to send the blood out through the arteries with enough force that it can rebound back via the veins. It does this over and over, and will send out blood faster with more pressure or slower with less pressure, depending on which messages it receives, for example stress hormones. Part of this process is narrowing of the blood vessels also known as vasoconstriction and widening of the blood vessels, also known as vasodilation. A fluid traveling through a wide diameter has lower pressure than when passing through a narrower diameter which is when it has a higher pressure.

Cardiovascular exercise is any type of exercise that causes the heart to beat faster, characteristically causing faster breathing and sweating. The diaphragm and lungs work faster (which makes them healthier actually) in order to bring in more oxygen since the energy-producing powerhouse of the muscle cells (this is true really for all cells) are mitochondria. Mitochondria consume oxygen as a required ingredient for producing the energy required for movement. Muscle contraction increases body temperature, since when muscles use energy, they convert it to heat. Heat building up in the body is dangerous since so much of it is made up of protein material and protein denatures and gets destroyed in high heat. In order to prevent this, water is pulled out with electrolyte salts and carries with it heat, and this is evaporated as sweat, cooling off the body. This whole process strengthens the heart, diaphragm, and lungs, and that is why people who exercise regularly don’t break a sweat as quickly or get out of breath as fast. Those muscles and organs are simply less taxed with what is being required of them.

Exercise keeps the body running smoothly, with top performance. It helps posture, sleep, stress, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, helps with people who are addicted to get a natural high, helps the immune system and deals with the fatty buildups. Adequate exercise prevents the long term problems that come with weight gain as well. Some examples would be kidney disease, arthritis, sleep apnea, bone degeneration, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, hypertension, depression, and more dangerously, interruption of heart functions because of a bigger body, and more fatal situations like stroke or hemorrhage.

There is a reason the old saying “a body in motion stays in motion” has become something of a cliche. The obvious first place to start when someone is struggling with exercise is with food since being slowed down with excess weight is part of why it is harder to exercise. Additionally, the wrong type of food lacks optimal nutrients for an active lifestyle. There are so many people who succumb to unhealthy eating, sometimes referred to as “self-defeating” eating and there are serious consequences of such eating yet health services attempting to address this issue seem to lag behind the rate of this widespread ever-growing problem. Many cognitive behavioral psychologists view unhealthy behaviors that have to do overeating or undereating as an internal failing at control of self-regulating, and hypnosis is one mechanism that has been able to adjust this mechanism of internal self-regulating control (Hutchinson-Phillips et al. 2007).

The next place to focus on is exercising itself. Scientists wanted to see whether hypnosis would impact the experience of exercising, specifically seeing whether it would make exercising easier or in some way help with motivation. A study using a group of forty three individuals looking into exactly that hypothesis decided to hypnotize subjects before having them complete a number of exercise procedures with different time durations, all while taking measurements of things like heart rate and blood pressure. They also had subjects rate their exertion levels and the degree to which the activity they were engaging in was found to be strenuous. They recorded these results as well as a baseline obtained in a non-hypnotized state in order to have a reference to compare the data too. Those who participated in the experiment and were hypnotized had distorted perceptions of the time that they spent exercising, specifically that they experienced the time spent as much shorter than the measurements as timed by the researcher’s time-keeping. These subjects also experienced a diminished sense of exertion needed to complete the exercise, even though the physical measures taken by the scientists of heart rate and blood pressure showed that their bodies were working as hard as they were when they were not hypnotized. It is clear that hypnosis is able to make exercise feel easier and shorter (Williamson et al. 2001). Many other researchers have come to this conclusion too such as another paper by a group of scientists based on a study which also researched whether there would be alterations in perceived exertion during exercise while subjects were under hypnosis with imagery (McColl et al. 2000).

There is a substantial body of literature that when taken together is unusually persuasive with highly convincing evidence for hypnosis as a choice method of treatment. The scientific community has investigated hypnosis therapy and produced conclusions that contain many differing types of empirical support by way of clinical research, observational studies and interventions (Lynn et al. 2000). As more psychological experimentation is conducted, and more procedures are run, there continue to be determinations that hypnosis is an effective and successful treatment modality, suitable for addressing a variety of issues that plague people (Pinnell and Covino 2000). This collection of findings is generated from work and research that have used the rigorous and exacting scientific method to be precise and accurate and come to valid and reliable conclusions. As more studies are carried out and more papers published by way of the extensive and peer review process, the list of circumstances where hypnosis is a solution is gradually increasing, with more and more data to support the claims that it helps yet another issue.

The thoughts and feelings that are mentally, physically and emotionally experienced by an individual while that individual is under hypnosis can result in long-term persevering changes that are stable in ways that are out of the ordinary (Jamieson and Sheehan 2004). These can be new thoughts that replace the old thoughts, new feelings that replace old feelings, and new behaviors that replace old behaviors. Thus, hypnosis is able to address two things at the same time, taking away the bad, and giving good. In other words, not only can one shed the habits made up of unhealthy cognitions, actions and affect through hypnosis, but one can also attain markedly healthy lifestyle alterations that will serve a person in a beneficial and positive way.

For some people, it is procrastination that hinders them the most. Every time they want to start, something else pops up or there never seems to be free time to dedicate to exercise. This is a mental problem. We all know that procrastination can get addictive, and once pushed off, it is easy to push that thing off again. It can become a way of life, with people identifying themselves as someone who procrastinates. Hypnosis directly addresses this problem. In a study with sixty patients, aged twenty seven to forty eight, hypnosis was administered to people with anxiety disorders, people who presumably often feel compelled to procrastinate anything that gives them anxiety or disease. However, hypnotic techniques lowered their procrastination scores on a standardized psychometric testing tool, and also provided stress reduction as an added benefit (Craciun 2012).

For other people, it is the fact that not exercising is a secondary issue to having gained weight, and a self-defeating attitude that it is not going to work, or that it is too much to do. This is also a mental problem. There are recent studies and early studies that go way back in the literature which demonstrate how hypnotherapeutic approaches are suitable for bringing about and encouraging sustained weight loss (Entwistle et al. 2014). Hypnosis can help on both accounts; it is suitable for overeating and lack of exercising.
Even when it comes to individuals who already exercise, but want improvement, studies show how hypnosis has even helped athletes and sports players with their performance, by helping motivation, emotional stimulation, and concentration (Barker et al. 2013).

Hypnosis is a sure way to get a person into the proper state to stop pushing off exercise or avoid it like the plague, and for those who already have an exercise routine, it can help them get more out of it. It gets someone in touch with their body, and gives the motivation to be healthy and in shape. Exercising prevents loads of issues that can occur in its absence and also has such widespread benefits that it truly can be said to improve quality of life. It doesn’t matter if the exercise is swimming, playing tennis, cycling on a stationary bike or regular bike, using exercise equipment, weightlifting, jogging, doing pilates, playing basketball, running on the treadmill, practicing yoga, kickboxing, training in resistance, repetition floor exercises, chopping wood, paddling oars, rock climbing or the stairmaster. Hypnosis is simply a wonderful way to get that motivation and willpower to exercise, leading to maintaining a healthy happy lifestyle where you and your body are well taken care of.

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