Saturday, September 2, 2017

Great Exercises For Cardio


 Exercises for cardio

Great Exercises For Cardio

It's time to get our health and bodies in shape. It is time to get our bodies right, tight, and in good health. Let's aim to be the best we can be, by eating right and working out. There are various types of exercises that can be done by men and women. Some like to lift weights, do yoga, or cardio exercises.

Cardio is a great type of exercise for working out. Some different types of cardiovascular exercises are running, walking, cycling, swimming, and jumping rope. You can also use machines; such as treadmills and the elliptical.

Benefits of Running

  • Prevents diseases
  • Relieves stress
  • Helps with weight loss
  • Eliminates depression
  • Good for your heart
According to Fitness,
"Running even five to 10 minutes a day, at slow speeds (how does a nice 12-minute mile sound to you?) is associated with a drastically reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to a landmark study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Compared with never-runners, regular runners have half the chance of dying from heart disease. Every time you run, you decrease your resting heart rate, so your heart doesn't need to work as hard, says exercise physiologist Greg Justice, founder of AYC Health & Fitness in Kansas City."

 Benefits of walking

  • Helps to maintain weight
  • Prevents and helps manage high blood pressure and diabetes
  • Helps your mood

Benefits of bicycling

  • Decreases stress
  • Easy on the joints
 "When you sit on a bike, you put your weight on a pair of bones in the pelvis called the ischial tuberosities, unlike walking, when you put your weight on your legs. "That makes it good for anyone with joint pain or age-related stiffness," says Dr. Safran-Norton."
  • Lower body fat

Benefits of swimming

  • Makes you more flexible
  • Entire body workout, including your core
  • Can swim indoors or outside

Benefits of jump roping

  • Good for the heart
  • Burns calories
   According to Livestrong,
"The American Heart Association chart shows how intensity varies the number of calories burned. A 100-pound individual running at 5 mph burns 440 calories in an hour. "

There are some people who have knee injuries or back pain. In that situation, they should choose a low-impact exercise; such as swimming, walking, or bicycling.

 Are you ready to do cardio exercise? To be on the safe side, check with your doctor for your specific needs before starting your exercise routine. Everyone may have their own particular needs when getting in to shape; meanwhile, protecting any special needs you may have. Have a safe and blessed day enjoying your cardio routine.

Author: Arica  Hart (Arica G) is Founder and Editor of  Inveigle Magazine. She created a premiere Lifestyle, Fashion and Beauty Magazine to entice you towards positive change and increase the quality of life. With Arica's love for writing and informing the Universe about a variety of topics, Inveigle Magazine was born. Follow us @ Inveiglemagazi1 & on FB . View more articles by Arica Hart

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