on June 11, 2014
at 10:25 PM
1. Exercise is the only significant tool you have to increase your metabolism. A male's diet used to be 2000 calories a day, predicated on a lot of physical work. This diet will make most males overweight or obese at today's low level of exercise. if you want to eat more than a bare minimum of food you need to move.
2. Personally, exercise doubled my HDL level. My bloodstream lipids have been shifted in a positive direction for cardiovascular health.
3. If your heart stopped exercising you'd be dead. Our other muscles should be used the same way: involuntarily, without a thought, nearly continuously while we're awake.
on July 12, 2016
at 05:58 PM
Both muscle tissue as well as fat tissue release cellular signaling molecules called cytokines. Fat (or more correctly adipose) release inflammatory cytokines that that drive your health down. Muscle tissue on the other hand releases myokines, which increase your health, but this only happens when you work out. At the same time, while you exercise, you dispose of excess glucose and possibly some of the fat stored in the muscle tissue depending on your heart rate and the form of the workout. Disposing of excess glucose is a good thing in our modern environment, as this releases some of the pressure on your pancreas to produce insulin, and in the long term helps you to avoid or even reverse insulin resistance, especially if you work out fasted and don't immediately consume a post workout meal after the workout. You'll also raise your basal metabolic rate for a short period following the workout. Exercise also increase blood flow, and therefore oxygen to your entire body, including extremities and especially your brain. Additionally to our circulatory system, there's a secondary system used for the immune system called the lymphatic system. Unlike the circulatory system, there's no pump like your heart to move the fluids in the lymphatic system - it relies solely on you moving around. Despite all this, you're not going to lose very much fat by simply exercising. And if you do loads of cardio, you'll actually increase stress and cause issues. Instead, you want your workouts to be of the HIIT syle as well as resistance training (i.e. lifting weights.) Some cardio is fine, keep it under 40mins/day, but try to keep it in the form of HIIT. You'll certainly lose weight if you do chronic cardio like jogging or marathoning, but this leads to muscle damage and note I said weight, not fat. You don't want to lose weight, you want to lose fat and fat only. Burning off muscle tissue because you're chronically stressing your body doing cardio is a really bad idea. You'll lose far more fat by increasing muscle mass as that will raise your basal metabolic rate, and if you're older it will stave off sarcopenia. Most people who die of old age die when they start to lose lean muscle mass. The more muscular you are, the more likely you're to avoid an early death.
on July 06, 2016
at 10:09 AM
Every exercise is better for our health. But it should be done in correct way or in proper order. you need to be more focus towards your exercise.
on February 08, 2015
at 10:33 AM
the type of hormones secreted that follows working out has both physical and mental impact.
on June 12, 2014
at 03:13 AM
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on June 11, 2014
at 10:02 PM
Wrong question. The right question, what about living a sedentary lifestyle makes it so unhealthy: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC285752...
Exercise is the solution to prevent sedentary lifestyle. And the data is pretty clear, some is good, more is better. The threshold for too much activity is quite high for humans. However to prevent injury one must slowly increase their activity. But with proper rest and recovery it is almost impossible to exercise too much.