What’s your exercise personality type?

Ever wondered why you hate exercising 아이폰 기본벨소리 다운로드? Well, it’s possible that the type of exercise you’re doing isn’t quite suited to your personality. Exercise instructor Janine Habana specialises in exercise for women, and she’s got some great tips on the best exercise for you.

There are 4 basic personality types to consider when it comes to exercise

Sanguine: People with this temperament tend to be playful, lively, sociable, carefree, talkative, and pleasure-seeking. They may be warm-hearted and optimistic. They can make new friends easily, be imaginative and artistic, and often have many ideas. They can be flighty and changeable; so sanguine personalities may struggle with following tasks all the way through, and be chronically late or forgetful.

Sanguine people can be best reached through awakening their love for a subject and admiration of people. Not motivated to do things alone, they need structure and timed activity, so a scheduled social class at the gym with an instructor to motivate them is the way to go for sanguine personalities.

Choleric: These are get-it-done people. Egocentric and extroverted, they may be excitable, impulsive, and restless, with reserves of aggression, energy, and passion, and try to instil that in others. Task-oriented, choleric people are focused on getting a job done efficiently, and their motto is usually “do it now.” They can be ambitious, strong-willed and like to be in charge. They can show leadership, are good at planning, and are often practical and solution-oriented. They appreciate receiving respect and esteem for their work.

Cholerics can be best reached through mutual respect and appropriate challenges that recognise their capacities. Competitive and driven, they may not want to exercise alone, so activities like spinning classes or running clubs are best suited to choleric personalities.

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Melancholic: These personalities are serious, thoughtful, introverted, creative and cautious. They can become preoccupied with tragedy and cruelty in the world and are susceptible to depression and moodiness. Often focused and conscientious, melancholic personalities often prefer to do things themselves, both to meet their own standards and because they are not inherently sociable.

Melancholic personalities can be best met by awakening their sympathy for others and encouraged to exercise for the benefit it will bring their families. They don’t enjoy loud and full gyms, and prefer to exercise alone rather than surrounded by chatty people. Exercising at home on a bike, doing yoga, or cycling or running alone in beautiful surrounding suits melancholic personalities.

Phlegmatic: People with this type of personality are introverted and private. Principled, reasonable, calm, patient, and tolerant, they tend to have a rich inner life, seek a quiet, peaceful atmosphere, and be content with themselves. They tend to be steadfast and consistent in their habits, and thus steady and faithful friends.

Phlegmatic temperaments are often awakened by experiencing others’ interest in a subject. As they don’t enjoy over-vibrant places or stress, a calm environment with Yoga or Pilates, running in tranquil locations or swimming best suits them.

So, there’s no reason for you not to get moving! Find your exercise type, and enjoy getting fit. :-)

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