It’s been a long day at work. You’re tired, frustrated, and maybe even angry. The last thing you feel like doing is going to the gym or putting on your running shoes to go for a jog. But that exercise and physical activity are some of the most important tools for preventing job burnout.
In this video, I share my experience of working on the cardiothoracic surgery team for a month in medical school, and why running or lifting weights every night was so important despite the long, long hours. I also share some ideas to get physical activity throughout the day that can make a real difference in your stress levels and overall health.
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