10 ways to feel energized by Martha Stewart magazine… and includes my program Super Body, Super Brain!
Now lets get back to Martha Stewart magazine:
7. Get smart, work out. Exercises that challenge your balance strengthen the mind, not just the muscles, says Michael Gonzalez-Wallace, author of “Super Body, Super Brain.” Think of this one-legged move as the sudoku of fitness: Holding 3-pound weights, stand with feet together To read more click here from The Detroit News:
I am so excited that one of the largest publications in United States, Martha Stewart magazine decided to write a phenomenal article called: 10 Ways to feel more energized; and guess what? The article picked my book: Super Body, Super Brain as one of the ways to energize and called it the new Sudoku of Fitness and gave an example of one of my exercises
How exercise can help your mood? Really simple: Text from Super Body, Super Brain page 3: Improve your mood: Allowing your brain to guide you through these exercises not only will keep it stimulated and sharp but can affect your feelings and mood as well. The perceived novelty of learnings excites several neurotransmitters (particularly endorphins, serotonin and dopamine) in your brain which will affect your sense of well-being and are crucial for modulate anxiety and depression.
Give a try with this exercise and you will see fast results in just 20 seconds!