"Movement is life," says Art Brownstein, M. Just thirty minutes a day can make a huge difference. Regular, daily, exercise has been shown to lead to weight loss, psychological and emotional benefits, and improve cardiovascular health. Exercise is a key ingredient to good health and numerous health benefits.
Abdominal fat is a particular danger to the heart, which is why regular exercise can improve cardiovascular health. Like all muscles, the heart becomes stronger and larger as a result of exercise. Whenever I exercise, I always use breathing techniques to assure that I am getting the most out of a cardiovascular workout. A fit heart can pump more blood at its maximum level. Studies indicate that constant, routine, exercise helps to keep the arteries elastic, the blood flowing, and blood pressure low. Healthy heart muscles and their ease in pumping the heart, prevents many people from heart disease, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and even heart failure. Weight loss is also a key factor to a healthier heart. Daily exercise burns fat and assists in losing weight.
Exercise burns calories and can help to fight obesity. If caloric intake remains constant, regular workouts will lead to weight loss. Effective weight loss consists of a long-term commitment to a regular program of vigorous exercise. After working out continuously for two weeks, I noticed a change in muscle toning and a loss of five pounds. Contrary to belief, exercise does not increase appetite. However, exercise improves appetite in people who are already lean. Along with toning muscle, exercise and weight loss decrease the stresses and strains on the spine, improves appearance and self-esteem, lifts the spirits, and provides added energy to the body. Weight loss has also been proven to alleviate depression.
Aerobic exercise is linked with the improvement of mental vigor, including reaction time, acuity, creativity, and imagination.