"Get a good degree. Intern. Network. Perfect your resume. Practice interviewing. Network some more. Work hard. Get to work early. Stay late. Go above and beyond. Be innovative. Work even harder.
These are all common steps associated with career success. The more time you spend at work, the higher you’ll climb, right? Wrong. By now we all know the potentially life-saving benefits of exercise (decreased risk for cancer, diabetes, obesity, etc.), but the positive effects spill over into your career as well. Numerous studies have demonstrated the correlation between regular physical activity and better work performance. Get moving and these benefits could be yours."
What can exercising do for your work productivity?
Increased energy and productivity. Think quicker, work smarter, move faster, and have more stamina to get projects done.
Lowered stress levels. Avoid burnout and improve relationships with others.
Improved mood. More endorphins = less annoyance at “that” coworker (you know the one).
Better memory. A to-do item slipping through the cracks? Not on your watch.
Enhanced creativity. Think outside the box, generate new ideas and come up with creative solutions to problems.