BY ALBERT GIBOSSE | BLUE LABEL WEEKLY MAGAZINE | WEBSITE |
Regular physical activity can secure longevity as well as produce long term health
benefits. People of all backgrounds, ages, shapes, sizes, and abilities can benefit from being physically active. The more physical activity you do, the greater the health benefits.
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Being physically fit helps you a great deal as that:
- Boosts your personal confidence
- Intensifies the chances for longevity
- Makes you feel better about yourself
- May help prevent type 2 diabetes
- Decreases or eradicates depression
- Enhances and strengthens your sleep patterns
- Helps reduce or eliminate high blood pressure and heart diseases
- Lowers blood cholesterol
- Facilitates physical mobility
- May prevent stroke
- Helps create stronger muscles and bones
- Supports and maintains a healthy weight
- Promotes and enables a healthier lifestyle
Types of physical activity that are especially beneficial:
- Physical activities, like playing tennis, swimming, push-ups, weight-lifting, and others, make you breathe better, strengthen your muscles and make your heart beat better. Likewise, it is important to work all the different parts of the body – your legs, hips, back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and
- Bone-strengthening activities make your bones stronger. Bone strengthening activities, like jumping, are especially important for children and adolescents. These activities produce a force on the bones that promotes bone growth and strength.
- Balance and gentle stretching activities, like dancing, yoga, martial arts, and others, enhance physical stability and flexibility, which reduces risk of muscle cramps and injuries.
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