There is no question that workouts is good for you. There are over 50 benefits to exercise that lots of health care providers are actually writing workout prescriptions.
We believe it would make people know that exercise is just as important as any medication they take. As a matter of fact, it is more important.
- Decreases your risk for type 2 diabetes
- Lowers blood pressure.
- Reduces cholesterol levels.
- Reduces your risk for heart disease.
- helps with weight management.
- Improves symptoms of depression.
- Boost mood.
The American Heart Association recommends you get two and half hours of moderate exercise or an hour and fifteen minutes of vigorous exercise every week. And you don’t have to go to the gym; just move more, because it can improve your health.
- Due to risk of orthopedic stress, avoid high impact exercises; start with non-weight bearing exercise like aerobics
- Do not go overboard while working out, stop when tired
- It is best to work out in the morning before eating breakfast because that is the best time to mobilize and burn fat
- To improve your flexibility and quality of life, engage in resistance training which is both beneficial and safe
- Do not do any heavy lifting and forceful exercise if diagnosed with heart diseases, stick to moderate intensity exercise
- Engage in short duration, low workloads exercises
- Frequent interval is better than long duration to avoid breathing complications that could require oxygen
- Monitor blood sugar before and after exercise because hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), and hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) can occur and both can be deadly
- Eat a meal 1-3 hours before exercise, and if on insulin, administer 1 hour before exercise
- Take your supplement or energy drink every 30 minutes during exercise, also drink adequate fluid.