Most of all people don’t like to make regular workouts or body exercise.
What would be the minimum of body exercise that we do need to keep our body healthy?
After the American Heart Association (AHA), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and other health organizations are the minimum of training per week:
A.) 150 minutes of moderate aerobic (or cardio) exercise, or
B.) 75 minutes of intense aerobic exercise (or a combo of both),
C.) plus two sessions of total-body strength training.
A.) The150 minutes moderate cardio exercise can be a power walk or a bicycle ride where at least your heart is pumping harder for 10 minutes, and you should sweat a little bit.
B.) The 75 minutes of intense cardio training should be hard running or swimming.
You can make for instance 5 times 30 minutes moderate cardio exercise or 3 times 25 minutes intense cardio training over the week. For sure it is better to exercise every day. If you can’t make your body exercise every day, just do it over the weekend. This cardio exercise will make your cardiovascular system much better, and that is good enough.
Even 80% of Americans fail to do this minimum on training.
C.) The two sessions of total-body strength training should be for your major muscle groups (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders, and arms) through a variety of exercises when you do them. It is not important how much time you spend it is important that you build up your muscles. And you don’t need to become a Tarzan or Arnold Schwarzenegger.
If you keep this training (A or B + C) for your life you will gain much better health…
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