We don’t have to explain in depth why exercise is good for you. Whether you are working out to lose the last bit of winter fat or training for a race or any other event.
Here are some tips on how to stay safe and free of injuries: Be aware of your body. Consider how a certain exercise leads to a feeling. Getting fit and staying can be a challenge. For many of us, it is difficult to get out of the bank. Heating and cooling. The practice is.
- Increases the metabolism of calorie burning by increasing the oxidation of fat.
- Improves the control of blood sugar levels. When inactivity, the body becomes more resistant to insulin, which increases the risk of type 2 diabetes.
- Improves the function of the immune system.
- Protects the body from cancer and increases the efficiency of digestion, reducing the incidence of colon cancer by 30-40%. It reduces the incidence of endometriosis in women by 50%.
- Increases the aerobic capacity.
- It develops new blood vessels in the heart and muscles.
- Increases the hemoglobin level for better oxygen transport.
- Reduces blood pressure, increases HDL (good) cholesterol and reduces the risk of blood clots, heart disease and strokes.
- It maintains, strengthens and strengthens the muscles and increases the endurance of the muscles. Inactivity causes muscle atrophy, in women aged 40 and in men aged 50 years.
- Increases bone strength. Lack of activity led to bone weakness, osteoporosis and bone loss.
- It also increases the thickness of articular cartilage.
- Increases blood flow to the skin.
- It also improves sleep pattern.
- Reduces the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.
- Reduces the risk of depression and the symptoms of people who are already depressed.
- Fitness is more than physical fitness and physical activity. Overall fitness includes a ‘whole’ that is physical, mentally, socially and emotionally suitable. By ensuring full fitness you are well equipped with 5 fitness components – cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility and body composition.
- Exercise creates a poor muscle mass. Larger muscles burn more calories than smaller muscles. This means that more fat will be burned. It also means that you can eat more without weight gain.
- Exercise helps reduce stress and depression, which are common causes of excessive eating. During training, endorphins are released, without danger and without stress, which slows you down. These natural chemicals reduce depression and eliminate stress.
- As we move regularly, the heart muscle becomes stronger so that the pumps become better and more blood is pumped by attenuation of the heart muscle. This means that the heart does not have to work so hard, so it is healthier.
- Regular exercise reduces the risk of osteoporosis in women. Also, exercise strengthens bones, reducing the chance of fractures.
Each exercise is different and requires a variety of energy. Choose the activity you like: walking, tennis, jogging and cycling are just a few options. Work closely with your doctor to choose the activity that suits you.
Walking for only 30 minutes, 3 times a week, was favourable. Do not worry too much about what you do. Aerobic and anaerobic exercises are effective in improving mental health.