You may already know that fitness is good for your body, but did you know that regular exercise can have a profoundly positive effect on anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, mood, self control, memory, emotional stability and more?
You probably also know that now more than ever, the world is becoming increasingly complex and pressured, and more demands are also being built into our daily existence.
These demands have negative impacts on the mental health and the psychological well being of our society. Anxiety and depression are at an all time high in America.
That is why pairing FITNESS with learning about your brain, cognitions, and sport psychology, we can actively combat this problem.
-Amy Williamson Burns LCSW, B.S Psychology UNC