Exercise is known to improve mental health, but can it help heal a broken heart? Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby believes it can. He recommends different forms of exercise based on your emotions. For anger, he suggests strength training. For coping with heartbreak, distracting high-intensity exercise is recommended initially, followed by slower yoga as time goes on. To combat feelings of sadness, Rigsby recommends running outdoors. Finally, any form of exercise, done with a positive mindset, can boost confidence. However, he also emphasizes the importance of taking rest days when needed.