Dreaming of exercising

What does dreaming of exercising mean? How about dreaming about exercising? Dreams of exercise have realistic influences and reactions, as well as the subjective imagination of the dreamer. The dream of exercising represents health. Dreaming that you are exercising is a good dream if you feel physically and mentally happy. This dream foretells that you will have a healthy body. Dreaming that you are exercising but feeling a little tired indicates that you are currently overworked. This dream is reminding you to take rest and combine work and rest. Married man dreaming of sports, life will be pleasant. A married woman dreaming of sports will give birth to a healthy boy. An unmarried woman who dreams of sports will marry a handsome and physically strong man. Unmarried men dream of sports, the wedding will be very grand, married life will be very beautiful and happy. A woman dreaming of participating in sports will be rich. Students dream of participating in sports, they will fail the next exam. A businessman dreaming of participating in sports will see his business prosper and make a lot of money. A traveler dreaming of participating in sports will encounter many difficulties along the way. Case study of dreaming of exercising Description of dream: Among all the courses, I have the worst performance in physical education, and every time I take physical education test, everyone is worried about me. In this dream, I dreamed that I was taking a PE test again, and the test was pull-ups, and I was cheering myself up, and I did very well. (Female, 19 years old) Dream interpretation: A dream of pull-ups means coping with ease and continuous improvement. To dream of pull-ups indicates that there are higher demands and hopes in your mind. To dream that you are doing pull-ups shows that there is no need to worry about your situation at all and that you can handle things comfortably. To dream that someone else is doing pull-ups indicates that your expectations are higher and you want everything to move towards higher goals."