Secrets To Getting Your Body Moving

Updated: May 19, 2021



Losing weight while getting physically fit is one of the toughest challenges you can take on. But now that you’ve signed up with MotuFitness, you don’t have to do it alone! We’re your coach, guide and cheerleader and, for your convenience, everything is wrapped up in one handy spot.


You can feel good about putting yourself in the hands of our specialists. We at MotuFitness are committed to boosting your confidence, providing excellent customer service and assisting you along the way.


Exercise is a powerful tool. If you ever find your mojo flagging, consider these health benefits to help you get back on track. Regular physical activity:

  • helps prevent chronic diseases such as heart issues, high blood pressure, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some cancers.

  • improves cardio-respiratory and muscular fitness.

  • raises their metabolism and helps them lose weight more easily.

  • helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression.

  • helps maintain brain function.

  • increases bone density and promotes healthy digestion.

  • improves sleep quality.

  • increases breathing, bodily energy, concentration and clear thinking.

  • regular exercise is necessary to retain bone mass, build muscle strength and lower the risk of fractures.

  • improves memory and other cognitive abilities.


Or, if you want to get moving with your MotuFitness workout routine but need different types of motivation, consider these facilitators.


Leave your workout shoes in plain sight. Good locations are next to your bed and right in the middle of your home workout space. And here’s a real winner: Leave your smartphone sticking out of one of your sneakers.


Dress for success by investing in some fashionable workout togs. If you look good, you’ll feel good. It works!


Double up. Make a solid effort to find a workout buddy. Tell that friend or family member all about the body bennies of exercise and try to get him/her to join you at least once a week.


You know that advice “Get it in writing?” Put a twist on it by applying it to your pledge to exercise. We are more apt to carry through with commitments and promises when we push ourselves by putting pen to paper. And always remind yourself that your efforts will benefit your body and mind.