Spend energy and make a profit
Not always sleeping or resting is the ideal activity to recharge the energies of a daily life filled with tensions. Work out, yes. And the results are even better if the practice is aerobic. "By improving physical fitness, the exercises make you more willing to perform the tasks of the day," explains exercise specialist Daniel Arkader Kopiler, a member of the Brazilian Society of Exercise and Sports Medicine (SBME).
And the benefits do not stop there. The practice of physical activities also releases substances like endorphins, which gives a sense of well-being and increases self-esteem. In other words, letting your laziness aside you take better care of your body and mind.
Exercise is one of the best friends of your heart
In addition to increasing the disposition, this type of activity gives that push to the balance pointer come down. A study in Britain indicates that aerobic exercise, such as walking and running, are more effective in inhibiting appetite than so-called anaerobic activities, such as bodybuilding.
According to research, spending 60 minutes on the treadmill affects the release of two of the major appetite regulating hormones, the peptide YY and ghrelin. The former inhibits hunger, and the latter is known to act on your stimulus.
Exercising is not good just to burn calories. Physical activity is also one of the best friends in your heart and helps you stay young.
A Canadian study published in the scientific journal PLoS One has shown that the benefits of two weekly trips to the gym leave the muscles stronger and also younger. So run, jump, walk or dance. Choose the activity that pleases you the most and go ahead. It's worth remembering that sedentary people should have medical checkups and checkups before they start exercising, especially if there is a history of obesity and heart problems.
When starting an exercise program it is important to have parameters of how you are. Through an assessment of body composition we can identify the body fat and lean mass index of your entire body. If you've started your weight training, but your weight on the scale has not dropped, you should note if you are consuming more calories than you are spending, or you may be gaining muscle mass, and with this changing the mass of fat for muscles.
The muscles correspond to approximately 40% of body weight. Cramps are involuntary and painful contractions of a muscle or a group of muscles that affect only the striated muscles and affect mainly the posterior muscles of the leg (gastrocnemius muscle), and can initiate during physical activity, at rest and even during sleep .