There are many highs and lows in life. One day you may feel unbeatable after landing the job you want, while the next you might feel vulnerable and alone because you fell on a bar stool right in front of your ex-partner and their new partner. Our moods and lives can change dramatically so why should our fitness routines? We’ll show you how to match your mood with your exercise. Give it a try.

1 It’s sad

Sometimes, if you feel a bit blue, you can just grab some ice cream and curl up with a blanket. You can also put on Bridget Jones to help you get through the tears. But don’t give up! You will feel happier when endorphins are released. You will also feel better after exercising.

The exercise

If you feel blue, the last thing that you want is to surround yourself with happy people who dance their hearts out like they are in a high school musical. Instead of being surrounded with happy and enthusiastic people, such as those who are in aerobic or dance classes, go for a swim.

Why?

Swimming can help you feel better when you are sad. A solitude swim is a great way to unwind and get away from the world. You can bring a friend to help you chat and distract from your problems. The soothing and relaxing properties of water are well-known. Many people use water noises to get to sleep. So, if you’re looking for a way to escape your blues, a great way to do so is to immerse yourself in water and float around in the soothing waves.

2 Lonely

Sometimes, we feel isolated despite being surrounded with people. This is not the best time to get into a gym and start working out. Don’t let this stop you from joining a class at the gym or asking for help with exercise. It is always a good idea to have a few friends.

The exercise

It can be lonely to work at a desk all day. Therefore, it is important to do something that involves communication and unity.

Why?

An enthusiastic instructor and upbeat music are the perfect way to bring joy and laughter to your workout. Dancing is a great way to exercise your entire body. The group spirit of dancing together will also encourage unity and encouragement. You will also find friendships and make new friends if you attend classes regularly.

3 Stressed

Stress and anxiety can build up at some point in your life. Even the most calm person can feel it from time to another. However, any exercise will help you forget about your problems and worries. So it’s not a bad idea to skip the gym or stew over your troubles.

The exercise

Yoga is the ideal fitness solution for those feeling anxious and worried or unable to leave the office due to stress.

Why?

The breathing exercises in yoga can help calm anxiety and stress. You can distract yourself with the soothing music, calm atmosphere, and focused stretching. This will allow you to focus on your postures, balance, and breathing to restore peace and calm your mind.

4 Frustrated

It is easy to become irritable about the small things in life. Your in-laws may be visiting and criticising your every move, or someone irritating sits next you on the bus. Or you get stuck in traffic. Neglecting to let go of these feelings can have negative consequences in other areas of your daily life.

The exercise

Running is a great way to release stress and get some exercise.

Why?

Running is a way to escape from the claustrophobic life we live. Running can provide the solitude and peace you seek by being out in nature, with your own strength, motivation, and using your own strength. It’s a great way to get some fresh air and to escape the confines of our daily lives.

5 Bored

If you are one of those people who finds cooking exciting, then working 9-5, doing housework, studying and going to the gym can consume a lot of your time. Boredom is part of modern society. If boredom sets in, a new exercise can be a great way to spice up your routine.

The exercise

It can be easy to get bored. A great way to keep your mind sharp is to engage in competitive sports. Boredom can be overcome by playing sports like basketball, badminton or tennis, or something more unusual, such as judo.

Why?

You’ll be able to keep your heart beating and mind busy with fast-paced activities. Avoid cricket and golf, which require you to stand for extended periods of time. You can do whatever you like, wherever it is. It’s a great way to keep fit without having to go to the gym every day. It’s a great way for you to have fun while exercising. You will feel refreshed and have lots of fun after these activities.

6 Lazy

If you feel like moving from the couch is your worst nightmare, and you are struggling to find motivation, it’s worth doing something that will get you going, preferably with someone else. You don’t have the time or motivation to go to the gym after netflix has released a new season.

The exercise

Now that your friend has put on your gym shoes, what should you do? Spin! Cycling can be very motivating. If you have an instructor encouraging you to keep going, you’ll be amazed at how hard it can motivate you. Cycling can help you burn tons of calories and increase your productivity.

Why?

Spinning can be a hard workout. The instructor will encourage you to push yourself harder. Each class begins slowly, so you can start the exercise by going for a slow and melodic spin on your bike. You will feel more motivated and energized if you have the support of your instructor and the rest of the class.

7 Anger

Anger can be a draining emotion at times. However, letting it stew and not doing anything about it will only make you miserable. Exercise is the best way to let out anger and get rid of it. You will feel calmer and more peaceful, while also burning calories and getting some serious iron.

The exercise

You missed the bus, learned that your friend was dating one of your ex-boyfriends, and decided to pull the plug on a project you had been working on at work. You can take a deep breath and book your spot in a Boxercise class or just get out there and punch it.

Why?

It might be more morally acceptable and wiser to punch your friend or boss than to punch them. It is quite therapeutic to practice your jabs and right hooks to a strong beat. You will feel less angry when you get out of class. You will be able to relax and feel relieved quickly if your mind focuses on the problem.

8 Excited

You have something exciting coming up in life or you were asked out by someone you’ve been smitten with for months. Why not capitalize on the excitement and create more?

The exercise

Zumba is the best way to get your fitness on-point, especially when you feel like it’s all over.

Why?

Zumba is for people who are excited. The music is upbeat and heartfelt. You will feel even more enthusiastic and motivated by the enthusiasm and joy of your instructor and other participants.

9 Happy

Any exercise can make you happy because of the release endorphins. It’s a good feeling to know that you have done your best and are doing something for yourself. Even if you have a great day, it can be exhausting to do tai-chi and weight lifting.

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It’s best to do something fun and fast-paced. You can get that happy feeling from music-based classes such as dancercise and water aerobics. It will also make you feel happier, last longer, and leave the gym more satisfied than before.

Why?

When you feel positive and energized, music, dancing and large, energetic movements can be great. When you’re not feeling well, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to do cardio exercises. You tend to feel less enthusiastic and negative about your efforts. When you are happy, you will want to work hard and give your best. Cardio classes and cardio exercises that include energy are great for keeping you happy.

10 Tired

Your energy levels will be affected if you wake up at 7 am every morning to go to work or run around after your children. A bad night’s rest or being exhausted can cause you to feel demotivated to go to the gym.

The exercise

Slow, slow-paced exercise is the key to relaxation. We sometimes have a hard time coping with high-energy cardio. Stretching and yoga are great for strengthening muscles, flexibility, and removing guilt-inducing feelings of missing the gym. If you don’t feel like hitting the exercise mat, try a quick round of gold to get outside and do some exercise.

Why?

Golf or stretching can help you relax and restore your muscles after a long day. If motivation is low, it’s not worth forcing yourself to do a difficult workout you don’t think you can finish. Do something more relaxing and low-intensity to get in some exercise, but not burn yourself out.