Why does your body crave to exercise?
The modern world is where the human being has mastered one art above all others to perfection. Being sedentary, spending hours sitting, whether driving, working, watching television or eating.
Transfer to our ancestors was a necessary part of survival, but today it is optional or discarded entirely. Due to this growing phenomenon, the human body has to pay a price.
A global epidemic of severe obesity. Look around at the ‘limp people’ with their bodies being pushed and pulled in all directions. Sadly, this includes children, but they cannot be blamed, because in this case it is the sins of the fathers (and mothers) in feeding them with the INCORRECT meal. Do you still feel guilty? It should!
Look at it from the muscular skeletal aspect. When muscles are not properly engaged in vigorous exercise, they weaken. All of this affects the body’s ability to work efficiently. Over time, this will also translate into the bones. Bones also need physical activity to stay strong. If you choose to ignore this, it will lead to a great possibility of osteoporosis in the future. Exercise is not just for the young, but for everyone. Daily exercise, just 30 minutes for the rest of your life. The benefits are immense, allowing a better quality of life.
Today humans are full of excuses why they can’t exercise. There is not enough time. Too tired after work, etc., etc. Put aside those biases and review the exercise. Commit to a 5 day 7 action plan. Do you have what it takes? Then choose a program that suits your needs. A good time to exercise is first thing in the morning, such a quiet and enjoyable time. Get up an hour earlier than normal.
If you need company, get others to join in or join a gym, but only if you promise yourself that you will keep up.
The masses suffer from inertia, a disposition to remain inactive or inert. What will it take, I wonder, to motivate adults and children to move their bodies and make them alert and in tune with the world around them?
Seriously, daily exercise will give you life, you will be full of energy, you will have vitality and a lean body mass. Which, by the way, doesn’t mean you have to kill yourself to get down to 6.8 or 10, because we’re just not always meant to be that small. The exercise itself will get you where your own body mass says it should be.
Don’t keep seeing your legs become flabby, your stomach lurching as if it had a will of its own. Upper arms flap. It is time to act.
Daily exercise prevents disease. Please understand that your body was born to move, you crave exercise, and you are denying it. Have longevity, improve your appearance with fitness and good health.
Exercise, or be at the front of the line, when it comes to heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes. Much shorter lifespan. There are so many different types of exercise to choose from, there is one waiting for you, such as yoga, pilates, tai chi.
Aerobic exercise: For a healthy heart, this activity uses oxygen, increases your heart rate, and takes your breath away. Combine this with a healthy diet and you are sure to be on the right track for sustained weight loss.
Strength (endurance) exercise, which includes strength training in your exercise program, can help improve posture and give your body a more toned appearance. Muscle burns more calories than inactive tissue even when you are resting.
Flexibility exercise stretches your muscles; If you don’t do it regularly, your muscles run the risk of becoming shorter and less elastic. If this happens, it will reduce the amount of movement of the joints and increase stiffness. Try to do some flexibility exercises for a few minutes a day, this will stretch all the major muscles in your upper and lower body.
Note: be sure to do your own research before starting a daily exercise regimen.
The nutrition and diet planner suggests that you start an exercise regimen and continue five days out of seven for six months in a row. We guarantee that you will never be a great sedentary person again!
Benefits include improving endurance, strengthening and toning, improving flexibility, and managing weight.