When I visited London, I did feel at home.
Over the past twenty years I have gradually increased the
amount of exercise I perform from intermittent, through regular, to now
daily vigorous aerobic and resistance training. Throughout these twenty
years I have observed without fail that exercising improves my mood and
sense of well-being, and the more regular and vigorous the exercise,
the greater the improvement. Part of this arises from a comfortable
sense of being in control of myself; the discipline of regular exercise
is a great mood-booster. Another part comes from the opportunity to
think without distraction when exercising. A third part comes from being
physically stronger and more lithe......