Conclusions of exercising at home
Many people wonder, especially when they start training, whether it is better to do an intense workout and consume a lot of calories or to do a gentle workout and gradually lose them.
A study conducted by cardiologist Matthew Nayor along with others who make up his team at Boston University School of Medicine, decided to investigate to what extent intense exercise can put a person’s health at risk, and to compare which of the two types of exercise improves a person’s health more.
When comparing these two types of exercise, it is important to differentiate between mild, moderate and even intense physical activity. To do this, the doctor and her researchers used steps per minute to measure the intensity of an exercise.
Our body has a memory effect, so a person who has been physically active all his life and has a break due to external or personal circumstances, when he returns to physical activity, it will be easier to recover the level he had before.
Conclusion on the importance of physical exercise
If you’re not sure how to start or increase your level of physical activity because you’re afraid of getting hurt, there’s good news: moderate aerobic activity, such as brisk walking, is generally safe for most people.
Are you looking to reach or maintain a healthy weight? Diet and exercise are both critical to maintaining a healthy weight, losing excess weight or not regaining lost weight. You gain weight when you consume more calories through what you eat and drink than the calories you burn during physical activity. It is important to balance calories. The amount of physical activity we need to manage our weight varies greatly among people.
To maintain a healthy weight: Aim to slowly build up to 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity (e.g., 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week). There is strong scientific evidence that physical activity can help us maintain our weight over time. But it is still not clear exactly how much physical activity is needed to achieve this, as it varies greatly from person to person. You may need more than 150 minutes of moderate activity per week to maintain your weight.
Conclusiones de actividad física
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5 conclusions of physical activity
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Product description About the Author Claudio A. Gillone PhD in Sports Sciences, University of Castilla-La Mancha. Master in High Performance Sports, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, COE. Professor of Training, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Professor of the Superior Course of Specialists in Sports Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Member of the Physiology and Functional Evaluation Laboratory, Centro Nacional de Alto Rendimiento Deportivo (CeNARD), Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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