How long should you exercise:


Activities that require physical or mental exertion, especially when performed to maintain fitness took an hour of vigorous daily exercise at a gym. It is a task or a problem, or those who need it most as a painful or exhausting process often perceive other effort performed to develop or maintain fitness or increase skill exercise. Properly performed, however, regular moderate exercise should be a life enhancing part of health maintenance. There is no need for athletic-level effort, highly structured programs, or costly equipment to gain the benefits of increased physical activity. For those who are at high risk of cardiovascular disease, a sensible program exercise can help reduce that risk; and for those who have other symptoms of coronary heart disease, a medically supervised program can slow or even partially reverse the loss of cardiac function.
Increased physical activity is associated with longer life, and in an age it can improve quality of life and the ability to continue enjoying work. Exercise provides a positive, enjoyable foundation for a healthier way of living; unlike many health measures, it adds something pleasant to one's existence rather than taking something away.

Exercise should be done regular:

Exercises should be done regular and we should have complete rest after workouts and keep good diet. We should always maintain the physique by workouts and be really careful about food. Exercises should be done properly as the instructor tells we should do. But one thing is there if we are exercising we should always keep in the mind that it is No pain No gain. After workouts we should drink juices such as orange, pineapple, apple etc. The overall benefit of being active and fit is an improved quality of life-being able to do things you enjoy for longer periods of time (for example healthy balance between the calories you take in from food and those you expend. Exercise may make you feel better, reduce your joint pain, and improve your ability to do daily activities. Exercises to regain muscle strength and knee motion should begin before you start treatment.
Types of exercises:
Aerobic exercises outdoor: exercises such as basketball, cycling, handball, hiking, hockey, running (jogging).
Aerobic exercises indoor: jumping rope, punching bag, rowing machine, treadmill, and stair climber.
Flexibility training: exercise balls, stretching, and yoga.
Exercising for strengthening and toning muscles: abdominal bench, back machine, bench press, chin-ups, and leg press.

Gain Muscle
Awed with the shape and body of your favorite action heroes and heroines, with the curves of their body? Wouldn't you like to gain some muscle yourself? While there are scores of people who are troubled on the issue of losing weight, there are...

How to get single digit body fat figures?
The secret to getting single digit body fat figures, super lean and ripped is all about mastering the art of "peaking". The intelligent approach to nutrition and training which is used by almost all bodybuilders and fitness/ figure competitors is to...

Why diet and cardio is not enough.
You board the diet train to slim land hoping to find that exact destination, but are disappointed. Then you take a flight to cardio once again praying to achieve what you set out for, but are yet again disillusioned. Why? You ask yourself. The...

Burn Fat
© burn-fat.tdrbizl.com 2006