Why Exercise

You don’t have to win every game to improve your mental health. The physical boost you receive from sport helps release endorphins in your brain, making you feel better emotionally. You may also sleep better at night, feeling more rested and alert the next day. When you’re under pressure at work or school, shooting hoops, doing ‘keepie ups’ or practising drills can help you focus your energy and de-stress.

Exercise

Timetable

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm Gym Club
12 pm – 3 pm    Indoor Short Tennis
12 pm – 3 pm    Table Tennis
12pm – 3 pm    Badminton
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm    Non-Contact Boxing
12 pm – 3 pm    Basketball Training
12 pm – 3 pm    Football Training
1:45 pm – 2:45 pm   Tai Chi & Qi Gong
3 pm – 4 pm    Yoga

Mental Health Benefits

Perfecting your shooting or improving your dribbling skills can give you a natural high. Sports do not just affect your physical health but have a positive effect on your mental health as well. The exercise you get from playing sports releases endorphins, or neurotransmitters in the brain that reduce pain and can induce a feeling of euphoria. This sensation, also known as a “runner’s high,” can help battle the symptoms of depression by providing the body with a natural, physical feeling of happiness

  • Teaches coordination
  • Promotes teamwork and sharing
  • Teaches you to think on-the-go
  • Helps to increase skills in concentration, persistence and self-discipline
  • Is a great way to meet people and exercise with friends
  • Can provide an opportunity to increase your confidence and self-esteem, and help to reduce anxiety

Work Out. Eat Well. Be Patient.