The Benefits of Exercising
The following is an annotated list of female celebrities who are among the ranks of beautiful people who tone their bodies with exercising: Demi Moore, Britney Spears, Jennifer Garner, Charlize Theron,
and Jessica Simpson. The
benefits of exercising now
extend far beyond looking and
feeling good. And with the
kind of busy lifestyle most of
us are accustomed to, a regular
exercise program is what we need
for balance and coordination.
In the early days, regular exercise could only be done in the gyms or health clubs and there were standard ways to do it. But with the birth of alternative sports and exercise instructions such as mountain-hiking, rock-climbing, yoga, dancing, pilates, and belly-dancing, more and more men and women are becoming health-conscious these days.
Dr. Awi Curameng wrote in the August 2003 edition of Health Today: Exercise increases cardiovascular fitness, or the ability of the heart and blood vessels to pump blood and supply life-giving oxygen to the entire body. It increases muscle size and strength, which in turn increases the body's ability to burn calories and fat, keeping one trim and healthy.
of regular exercise on an
individuals' state of fitness
and mind are truly overwhelming.
Exercising does not only keep
one fit, it also treats diseases
and improves lifestyle
Exercise to strengthen your bones
If you want to
help protect your bones, then
exercise regularly for it can
build bone strength and help
slow bone loss. Try
jogging for 30 minutes everyday
and you will notice a change in
your physical performance.
With regular exercise you can
likewise avoid chances of
acquiring osteoporosis, a
condition of bone characterized
by excessive porosity, or
Say Goodbye to Stress
Camille Bunting, a Texas A&M associate kinesiology professor said this in the March 2002 edition of Allure Magazine: The better your level of physical fitness, the better your body is able to handle stress. This hypothesis came about after researchers at Texas A&M and Duke Universities studied 15 participants in a nine-day Outward Bound wilderness adventure program. Lead researcher Bunting measured the stress hormones of the participants through their urine as the trip began and after the program. The program included backpacking, rock climbing, whitewater canoeing and ropes course. After the program, levels of norepinephrine
(associated with physical
stress) and epinephrine
(associated with mental stress)
were measured. And both
Exercise burns off the fat and gets rid of some illnesses
Doing a lot of exercise can
help prevent some diseases. Obesity, the excessive accumulation of body fat and one of the most common metabolic problems, is due to lack of physical activity and poor dietary habits. One of most effective treatments of obesity would be to engage in a habit of exercise that will reduce the calorie intake. Even patients with diabetes are treated with a regular fitness program as part of their therapy. No one then can disclaim the fact that exercise is the key to a longer and healthier life.
It definitely takes commitment to look good, be in shape and live healthy. It may be physically draining and may take a while to attune yourself to the requisite effort of staying fit, but if the result is rewarding, the formula is as easy as 1, 2, and 3.
are many benefits to exercising,
before starting any exercise
program, always be sure to first
consult a doctor.
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