In today's podcast, Drew emphasizes the importance of exercise for mental health, and how physical activity can help regulate mood and alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. Drew explains that exercising releases serotonin and dopamine, two essential neurochemicals that help regulate mood, and that a simple 30-minute exercise routine can boost serotonin levels by up to 80%.

He recommends low-intensity cardio in Zone 2, which is an inclined walking pace that maintains an average heart rate of 115 beats per minute. Drew suggests that this form of exercise is excellent for mental health because it promotes a sense of accomplishment and well-being, which can translate into better decision-making in other aspects of life, such as work and relationships.

Drew also stresses the importance of a vision board, which is a tool that can help people visualize their goals and stay motivated. He explains that vision boards can help people access their unconscious mind and tap into their innermost desires, which can be a powerful force for change. Drew shares his personal experience with a vision board, explaining that he didn't see any real results from his workouts until he started using a vision board to focus on his goals.

In addition to exercise and visualization techniques, Drew also emphasizes the importance of mindfulness practices such as meditation, breath-work, and spending time in nature. He explains that these practices can help people stay focused on their goals, reduce stress and anxiety, and make better decisions about their health and well-being. Drew also recommends spending time with pets, as he believes that they can have a positive impact on our energetic body and help us connect with nature on a deeper level.

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