Regular physical activities is one of the most important things you can do for your health. It maintains good health and good quality of life.
Benefits of Physical Activity:
- Controls your weight
- Reduce you risk of cardiovascular disease
- Reduce your risk of that 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- Reduce your risk of some cancers
- Strengthen your bones and muscles
- Improve your mental health and mood
- Improve your ability to daily activities
- Increase your chances of living longer
Walking for 30 minutes a days is an example of moderate activity. So, if you are afraid of boosting your physical activity because you afraid of getting injured , then the safest moderate intensity aerobic activity is brisk walking . “Walk yourself to a healthy Life” is the phrase and this will surely prevent obesity.
Your exercise can be done all at one time or throughout the day. Best activities to start would be walking or swimming at a slow pace. You can start out by walking 30 minutes for 3 days a week and build to 45 minutes of more intense walking, at least 5 days a week. With this plan, you can burn 100 to 200 calories more per day. All adults should set a long-term goal to accumulate at least 30 minutes or more of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, and preferably all, days of the week. This regimen can be adapted to other forms of physical activity, but walking is particularly attractive because of its safety and accessibility. Also, try to increase “everyday” activity such as by taking the stairs instead of the elevator. With time, you may be able to engage in more strenuous activities. Competitive sports, such as tennis and squash, can provide an enjoyable form of exercise for many, but care must be taken to avoid injury.