Regular exercise lessens the likelihood of heart disease, lowers blood pressure, reduces the risk of many cancers, builds bones, lifts your spirits, keeps your brain sharp, and can add years to your life.
So what stops us from exercising? Some people still equate exercise with the sweat and tedium of gym class. Others think they don’t have time, or it’s too expensive, or they just don’t know how to get started.
It doesn’t need to take hours. It doesn’t require big-bucks equipment. And, most of all, it can be enjoyable because, with each passing week, you’ll feel stronger, look younger and fitter, and have more energy.
In workout book, such as Harvard medical school published (Workout WOrkbook), introduce effective workouts in the book that are designed to work all parts of your body — from your core to your extremities. They will help you build muscle and prevent bone loss, tone your physique, limber up your joints, increase flexibility, improve stability, encourage weight loss, and boost cardiovascular fitness. And each workout can be completed in 40 minutes or less.
Further, each exercise can be tailored to your fitness level. Is an exercise too hard? Try an easier option. Too easy? Step up the challenge. Want even more? We’ll introduce you to Supersets, paired exercises that flow from one to the next without rest for a strong, time-efficient workout.