We see the gym every day. Guys are sweating and pumping iron for all they are worth. The muscles are massive, but we must never forget the most important muscle in our body, the heart muscle. Weightlifting will not do much to keep this muscle in good shape, and it will not be enough to keep your weight under control from becoming chubby. The best path to fitness is usually an exercise program that combines a little strength training sessions each week with a daily dose of cardio. It is time for you to learn the basics of cardio training.
Benefits of aerobic exercise every day are numerous, but the most important is the health of your heart. When you work your heart all day, like other muscles of your body, it will grow bigger and stronger. Pump blood through your body more efficiently, bringing oxygen and nutrients to your body. The risk of health, such as heart attack, stroke and cardiovascular disease goes down and you will generally feel a lot better at all times.
It also has the advantage of fat burning which most of us do when your jeans are starting to feel a little tight around the waist. Cardio exercise burn fat more efficiently, leading to greater calories loss and the loss of excess pounds. If you are worried about getting a beer belly, spend some time walking all day and you can kiss it goodbye in no time. If you want to increase the results of your cardio workout when it comes to weight loss, combine aerobics with strength training for maximum fat burning.
The best thing about cardio exercise is that you can start anytime, anywhere. Of course, before starting any new exercise program, it is best to check with your doctor to make sure you’re sure you are up for it. Try a walking program by taking a quick stroll through the neighborhood or sign up for the local fitness and pay them a visit 3 times a week. I recommend that you get 30 minutes of moderate activity each day. You can share this in three 10-minute sessions, or do the whole shebang at once if you prefer that. Combining this program with two or three days of strength training will result in a leaner and healthier you.
Originally posted 2017-02-22 07:12:52.