Ready to get into better physical shape? Here are exercise tips to help you reach your goals.
Getting in good physical shape is not easy. Especially as you get older. These exercise tips will make the going easier.
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No pain, no gain a myth?
"No pain, no gain".No! No! No!!
Pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong. Don't ignore it."
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How long should you exercise?
Your fitness program does not have to be a highly organised, structured affair. Forget the rigid workout schedules. Do whatever you can whenever you can, as long as you do it on a regular basis. Short bits of exercise can be just as effective as long workouts. Traditional recommendations stated that people had to exercise continuously for at least 30 minutes at least three times a week to obtain health benefits. More recent recommendations state that short bouts of activity of at least 10 minutes each, several times a day, can be just as effective. Try to accumulate 30 minutes or more a day of moderately strenuous activities, such as walking, cycling, housework or gardening, on most days of the week. It all adds up in the end!"
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What kind of exercises should you do?
"Choose activities that are fun, not exhausting. Add variety. Develop a repertoire of several activities that you can enjoy. That way, exercise will never seem boring or routine."
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Moms and Exercise.
Kill two birds with one stone. If you can, join your kids in physical activities. Every chance you get, even if you are busy assorted household tasks or business activities, find time out to play tag with them, or toss a ball, or whatever game they might be playing.
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