Types of Exercise for Heart | No need to be an athlete to be fit. Getting used to running fast 'half hour' every day will guarantee the fitness of the body. Being fit helps the body feel healthier and have more energy for work and have fun.
Improving fitness is very good for the heart, lungs, bones, and joints. The benefit also may lower the risk of heart attack, diabetes, high blood pressure, and some types of cancer. If you already have one or more of these health problems, exercise will help the body to control a variety of other health problems so that your body feel better.
How much aerobic exercise can increase fitness depends on how well the body uses oxygen. These benefits depend on the condition of the heart, lungs, and muscles. Any activity that makes the heart beat faster to increase fitness. Fitness obtained from aerobic exercise is also called 'cardio'.
Cardio is short for cardiovascular exercise, which is any exercise that makes the heart work harder for a while. These exercises include jogging, cycling, or swimming.
As reported by HealthDay, Thursday (3/15/2012), the following is a physical activity that needed to keep healthy heart.
Perform aerobic activity is in its early stages for at least 150 minutes per week. This activity can be done in any way preferred. It could be by:
1. Walking for 11 minutes twice a day on a regular basis or 22 minutes once each day.
2. Take a walk half an hour for three days a week and on four days rest condition with a 15 minute walk.
3. Take a walk for 45 minutes every day.
It could also make the activity more severe, such as running a minimum of 75 minutes a week. This activity makes breathing easier and faster heartbeat than at rest. This activity can be done in any way preferred. It could also:
1. Ran for 25 minutes 3 times a week.
2. Ran for 15 minutes 5 times a week.
The kids need more activity. Encourage children aged 6-17 years would exercise in moderate to severe degree at least 1 hour every day.
One way to find out how hard the exercise is done is by measure heart rate. Active heart rate not only helps maintain a healthy heart and lungs, but also helps the body stay fit.