Natalee Young Terkel: Regular Exercise is Key

Natalee Young Terkel is a student at the University of Pennsylvania who lives a happy, healthy life. Growing up, she was one of six children and it was during this phase of her life that she developed good exercise habits. It is her philosophy that mindfulness and regular exercise make for strong physical and mental health.

Her favorite form of exercise is roller-blading, but she also enjoys yoga, volleyball, skateboarding and snowboarding. Team sports are fun, but she finds that she can push herself to greater heights when exercising alone and clearing her head. Although any exercise is good, individual activities are useful in practicing self-awareness and mindfulness, another important aspect of maintaining good all-round health.

Watching sport on TV makes her consider her own form and ambitions, and she believes seeing driven professional athletes doing what they love motivates her to succeed. This hobby is important in inspiring her to exercise as well as to seek success in her academic or business life. However, she does believe that after developing the habit of regular exercise it becomes much easier to motivate yourself.

Natalee Young Terkel loves exercising, and when done regularly she believes it is essential to maintaining a high quality of life. Helping herself to improve and grow is an important part of her success as a student, and staying healthy is the baseline from which other success will develop. Exercise is beneficial in many ways, and as a driven young woman, it has become a regular part of her life.

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