Despite all the life-changing benefits, many of us still think of exercise as a chore, either something that we don’t have time for or something that’s only suitable for the young or the athletic. There are many commonly-held myths about exercise that make it seem more arduous and painful than it has to be. Overcoming obstacles to exercise starts with separating fact from fiction.

‘I don’t have enough time to exercise’:- Even short, low-impact intervals of exercise can act as a powerful tool to supercharge your health. If you can make time for a 15-minute walk with the dog, your body will thank you in many ways.

Exercise is too difficult and painful’:- Consider “no pain, no gain” the old fashioned way of thinking about exercise. Exercise doesn’t have to hurt to be incredibly effective. You don’t have to push yourself to the limit to get results. You can build your strength and fitness by walking, swimming, playing golf, gardening or even cleaning the house.

‘I’m too tired to exercise’:- Regular exercise is a powerful pick-me up that can significantly reduce your fatigue and make you feel much more energetic. If you’re feeling tired, try taking a brisk walk or dancing to your favorite music, and see how much better you feel afterwards.

I’m too old to start exercising. ‘I’m too fat’ or ‘My health isn’t good enough’:- It’s never too late to start building your strength and physical couch potato who has never exercised before. Also, exercise is a proven treatment for many diseases — from diabetes to arthritis. Very few health or weight problems make exercise out of the question, so talk to your doctor and a safe routine for you.


So its important to have exercises in your life. Never neglect exercises as it can lead to a lot of health problems and weight gain and so many problems. Your health comes FIRST. 


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