We live in an era where the demands placed upon us by work, social, or personal commitments often lead to very busy and stressful lives, which often coincides with poor lifestyle decisions or choices. Metabolic syndrome is exponentially increasing, and lifestyle interventions like regular physical activity are a small-time commitment and low-cost alternative to developing these health complications. However, we often forget about the role of physical activity and exercise in the management of mental illnesses like anxiety or depression. Callaghan et al. (2006) even suggest this sad fact with research into the neglect of physical activity in the treatment of mental health amongst patients.