In a 2007 Harvard study, researchers recruited 84 maids who cleaned rooms in hotels.
They were divided into 2 groups.
One group heard a brief presentation explaining that their work qualifies as good exercise.
The other group didn’t.
Over the next 30 days, the changes in the bodies of the women who had heard the presentation were significant .
The exercise-informed women perceived themselves to be getting more exercise than they had indicated before the presentation.
Members of the group lost an average of 2lbs.
Lowered blood pressure by almost 10%.
Displayed drops in body fat percentage, BMI and waist-to-hip ratio.
These changes occurred in just 30 days
You can see just how impactful a single belief can be for achieving weight loss goals.
Now think about your life and what activities you do on a daily or weekly basis that could be considered exercise.
If you start to view yard work, cleaning your home, playing with your kids or walking the dog as exercise you may start to see positive changes taking place in your body.
What activities in your life can now be considered exercise that you didn't think about before?
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