Crossman: this: “Whatever your ‘job’ may be—whether an athlete, writer, executive, founder, parent, or musician—think of exercise as a part of it.
Too many people neglect exercise because they see it as something separate from their main work. This is a trap. Exercise is a foundational habit.”What benefits would someone who works in the gig economy get from exercise as a foundational habit?Stulberg: For starters, when I refer to exercise I am really talking about physical activity.
Yes, this can mean lifting weights in a gym or running, but it can also mean , dancing or gardening. What we’re talking about is doing something that gets your heart rate up and connects your mind and body.Read more on success.com