get fit for life

fit in life
Regardless of age, it is important to continue. Exercise keeps your body and brain healthy.
How do you do it and how can you successfully integrate it into your life?
Why Exercise Matters
It helps you live a longer and healthier life because:

Keep bones, muscles and joints healthy
Reduce the chance of developing diabetes, colon cancer and osteoporosis
Lower blood pressure
Manage stress and improve mood
Relief of symptoms of anxiety and depression
Lower the chance of heart disease
Manage chronic conditions such as arthritis and diabetes by supporting endurance, joint swelling, pain, muscle strength and more
Improve your balance to reduce the chance of falling and breaking a bone.
How much do you exercise? Exercise can become a little scary as you get older. You might injure yourself or think you need to join the gym. Or you don't know which exercises to do.
The important thing is not where and how you act, but what you do.
Healthy adults should aim for 150 minutes of heart- and blood-pumping exercise each week. Of course, you can do this in physical education classes as well. But you can also get it from brisk walking. It's also important to do exercises that work all major muscles at least two days a week. Also, do calisthenics two to three days a week to increase your range of motion.
150 minutes may sound like a long time, but it doesn't have to be a lot. You can take a 10 minute walk around the block or spend 10 minutes cleaning your porch. It all adds up.
If you're feeling energetic, exercising for up to 300 minutes or more per week will provide even more health benefits.
But the simple goal is for him to do 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most days. Some weeks you can do this, some weeks you can't. Remember this is a goal, not a rule. do what works for you.
this is how it works
There are two ways to move:
exercise and physical activity.
Exercise is a deliberate activity such as an aerobics class, tai chi, spinning class, or swimming. Physical activity is a way of incorporating “sneaky” exercise into your day, such as walking the dog or working in the yard. Incorporating both into your daily routine will help you stay healthy and live longer. However, always consult your doctor before suddenly becoming active.
No fancy clothes or equipment required. To navigate informally, you can:

Take a brisk walk or jog
Rake leaves or push lawn mowers
sweep or dust
play tennis
climbing stairs;
Carrying groceries
In just a few weeks, you should feel stronger and have more energy. You can take exercises.

22 Dec 2022