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marilynaliza | healthiswealth

How important is the movement?

Jun 19th 2014 at 10:31 PM

Why exercise?
Movement not only reduces the risk of disease systemcirculation, decreases the risk of diabetes, if you regularly take care of physical activity . There is also evidence that people over sixty years of age mortality is much less, if they apply systematically practicing physical.

If you prefer a sedentary lifestyle, the risk of premature death increases by 40% . Favorable trends observed as a result of regular exercise, do not decrease with age, they are also dependent on the gender and racial.

Regular training lowers cholesterol LDL and triglycerides, particularly dangerous for bloodvessels. Also reduces blood pressure.

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In the fight against unnecessary pounds proper diet and physical activity are inseparable. But let's start to ask ourselves what we want to achieve

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At reductionadipose tissue is desirable that most of the exercise was performed aerobically . This can be marches, walking or running, Nordic walking, as well as classes in the fitness room type FAT Burning , exercise on bikesstationary or elliptical machines.

At the training you need to spend at least 45 minutes (2-4 times a week), and heart rate should be in the ranges of 65-75% of maximum heart rate  although in personal training is determined individually .

Do not give up also with weight training, because muscle mass affects the PPM - basal metabolism.

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The frequency and intensity of training should be selected individually, and their performance of systematic and accurate.

Remember the warm-up before training and after completion of phase soothing cool down the heart rate, as well as stretching, or stretching muscle groups working.

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