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Alexandre Tran Professor NasrHuman Communications 7 October 2022Formal Speech OutlineTitle: The Physical and Mental Benefits of ExerciseGeneral Purpose: To informPurpose Statement: Inform the audience of the benefits of exercise in more depth then they were generally aware of. Introduction:I. Attention Grabber: Have you ever met a person who went through a breakup and thenimmediately after they started going to the gym? If not then now you have! [Start flexing for comedic relief] II. Although plenty of people already have prior knowledge of what exercise does for thebody, I want to go more in-depth about how and why exercise would prove to be a key aspect of our livesThesis:Transition: To truly understand the benefits of exercise, I want to first define what exercise entails, and then describe what are the physical benefits, and last mental/psychological benefits. Body:I: Exercising is more than just losing weight and lifting weights.A. Penn State College of Medicine. Exercise is considered planned, structured and purposeful physical activity.B. Sports, walking, dancing, and even yoga fall under the category of exercise. Transition: With an overview of what exercise is by definition, let’s dive a little deeper into whata person can actually gain from it. Main Point 2: I: Exercise not only strengthens the body but also reduces many health risks. A. 150 minutes of physical activity a week can reduce chances of heart disease and stroke. B. Penn State College of Medicine. Aerobic exercises such as swimming or running, improve cardio-respiratory fitness and body composition.Transition: In addition to the physical benefits, exercise also consists of a plethora of mental/psychological benefits. Main Point 3: I: Exercise has a multitude of mental/psychological benefits. A. Exercise improves your sleep, and release chemicals that can improve your mood and make you feel more relaxed.B. Healthline. Exercise releases a neurotransmitter called dopamine which is responsible processes in your body, such as regulating heart rate, sleep cycles, mood, attention, motivation, working memory, learning, and pain processingTransition: Now that we’ve cataloged the many effects of exercise, whether it be physical, mental, or emotional, we can better understand the many underlying benefits it holds. Conclusion: I. Review Main points a. Exercise can be everyday tasks like walking and is structured and purposeful.b. Exercise increases physical fitness and reduces the likelihood of many diseasesc. Exercise releases chemicals into your brain that help with mood, relaxation, memory, etc. II. Final Remarks a. Exercise comes in many shapes and forms and is accessible to practically everyone. b. Whether you notice it or not, exercise gives benefits to overall quality of life.Works Cited (Reference Sheet)“Benefits of Physical Activity.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for DiseaseControl and Prevention, 16 June 2022,,activity%20gain%20some%20health%20benefits. Esteves, Dulce, and Kiara Lewis. Exercise: Physical, Physiological and Psychological Benefits. Nova Medicine & Health, 2021. “Benefits of Exercise.” MedlinePlus, U.S. National Library of Medicine, “Exercise vs. Physical Activity.” Penn State College of Medicine Research, 11 Aug. 2021,,is%20to%20increase%20physical%20fitness. Preiato, Daniel. “Mental Health Benefits of Exercise: For Depression and More.” Healthline, Healthline Media, 31 Jan. 2022,

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