30 Days To A Healthier, More “Fitter” You Series! (Emotional Equilibrium)

Yesterday we discovered that in order to realize your full power, you have to be “fit” in more than just your physical body. 

You also have to be “still” and feel your emotions and connect to something greater than yourself.

Physical exercise not only conditions your body but also helps maintain emotional equilibrium.emotional equilibrium

As you exercise, your body gets fitter and stronger, and thus, your MIND starts seeing everything, including yourself in a better light!

Exercise triggers the production of endorphins.

These natural opiates are chemically similar to morphine.

That is why we feel so good after we exercise.

Exercise is incredible for helping overcome depressions and self-confidence issues.

If you want to change your body, you first have to change your mind!

Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed.

You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem!

Emotional Equilibrium Fitness Exercise:


Do The {{Shaky-Shaky}} and Shake Your Way To A Better Feeling Thought!


Stand with your knees slightly bent, feet comfortably apart, bounce up and down easily without lifting your heels off the ground for at least 30 seconds.

Shake off anger
Shake off resentment
Shake off stress
Shake off fear


Shake with joy
Shake with happiness
Shake with enthusiasm
Shake with gratitude


Perform this exercise each morning for at least 5 minutes and you will notice dramatic improvements in your overall health and well-being.  

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Healthy Blessings,

Gena Livings



  1. I walk helps a lot with whole bunch of aliments.

    Coffee is on
    peppylady (Dora) recently posted…Two and Only TwoMy Profile

    • Hello Dora,
      Yes! Walking is on of my most favorite exercises for enhancing both physical and emotional equilibrium.
      Thank you for stopping by and commenting,
      Healthy blessings,

  2. Ha, yes I love that exercise, I’m definitely giving that one a go. I love the idea of shaking off negativity and shaking some good stuff in. I can definitely identify with feeling better endorphins after exercising…in fact I think I was addicted. Great ideas here, thanks for sharing 😀

    • Hi Andrea!
      This is a great exercise to immediately begin your day with! I do this exercise each morning and each night before I go to bed.
      It makes you feel good all day long by activating all those happy hormones and gets your heart pumping too!

      Healthy blessings
      Gena 🙂

  3. hi Gena, this are fun exercises to manage emotions.great post and my takeaway is the knowledge of endorphins.
    Amar Naik recently posted…Tattoo unites a departed familyMy Profile

    • Hello Amar!
      Thank you for reading my article and commenting.
      Indeed! Endorphins act as analgesics, which means they “diminish” the perception of pain. They also act as sedatives and positive feeling in the body!
      All it takes is a little shaky-shaky each day to feel great both physically and mentally!
      Healthy blessings,
      Gena 🙂

  4. Great way to to get control of emotions! Thank you!

  5. Hi Gena.

    I LOVE getting my endorphins going! WOO HOO!

    When I think of your shaky shaky exercise I can’t help but sing the song “Shake It Up” by the Cars…lol.

    Penny McDaniel recently posted…Stretch Your ThinkingMy Profile

    • The endorphins are flowing!!!!!!!!!
      Love, “Shake It Up” by the Cars!!!! Woohooo!!
      I’m doing the shaky-shaky right now as we speak!

      Thanks for shaking it up with me tonight, Penny! 🙂
      Healthy Blessings,
      Gena 😉

  6. I have loved this exercise that I call the “shaky shaky” body movement ever since you first shared it.

    WOOHOO! So glad you are sharing it here.




    P.S. I’m sharing this every where!
    Kathy Hadley recently posted…Are You A Big Fat Liar?My Profile

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