Nowadays, it is not uncommon to see people running regularly in their everyday lives. In general, the daily life of an individual in our modern societies is very hectic. Individual obligations and responsibilities ensure that we are living at an accelerated pace. One of the consequences is that our physical condition can be adversely affected in spite of our will. Thus, physical fitness restricts any motor activity related to the athletic performance, occupation and daily activities of an individual without any sign of fatigue. This implies a resistance and human vitality. The main components of an ideal fitness condition include; Endurance and muscle and tissue strength, body composition, flexibility and as well as cardiorespiratory endurance. On the other hand, it is possible to achieve a balanced lifestyle through healthy eating, moderate or vigorous exercises and having a well-rested mind and body. If you do not adhere to this lifestyle, the greater the likelihood of having a negligible physical condition, this could eventually lead to health problems and long term bodily limitations.
Therefore, physical exercise requires physical activity that increases or supports physical fitness, health, and wellness as a whole. The benefits are much greater than can be believed since it helps to strengthen the immune system that protects the human body from a variety of preventable illnesses such as cardiovascular rhythm, type 2 diabetes, Obesity resulting in part from sedentary habits.
It is important to incorporate into a typical fitness routine or program the following particularities:
- Cardiovascular/aerobic endurance (heart and lungs)
- Muscle endurance and strength performance
- Joint litheness
- Psychological stimulus
- Anaerobic exercise
- Body fat percentage ratio analysis
There are 2 main schools of thought in terms of physical fitness, general condition, focusing on your health and well-being, and your specific fitness, which is more goal-oriented, such as for a bodybuilding enthusiast or an aerobics instructor.
Here are the eight components and measures that define fitness:
- Cardiovascular endurance
. Reference: measurement of heart rate and oxygen consumption
- Muscle power – generated force
. Reference: biomechanical measurement
- Muscular endurance – repetitive action
. Reference: measures doggy and sit-ups
- Muscle strength – weight and repetitions
. Reference: squats or bench press
- Flexibility – stretching
. Reference: measurement of hamstring and shoulders
- Speed – Rapidity Assessment
. Reference: The 40-yard dashboard measures
- Balance – how long can you hold a position?
. Reference: standing on one leg
- Body composition – fatty relationship to muscles, bones, and skin
. Reference: calibration and measurement of calculations
After all these observations, it is clear that the overall benefits are much higher. Regular physical activity can help prevent the onset of illness, with the prevention of heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, non-insulin dependent diabetes, healthy body weight or body mass index, Obesity, cancer, back pain, osteoporosis, disability or chronic fatigue, stress and stress management. It has been scientifically proven that physical exercise also tends to increase appetite, strengthen muscle mass, improve breathing, reduce constipation, decrease body fat, regulate blood pressure and prevent insomnia, which nets as a lesser thing. Walking in a park, dancing, swimming, doing yoga or gardening, practicing a sport or exercising at the gym can make a difference. The mental benefits of physical exercise are intrinsically linked to decreased mental stress, physical exercise increases the concentrations of norepinephrine, a cervical chemical reaction that can moderate the brain’s response to stress.
In order to enjoy life to the fullest, would it not be well invested to worry about our physical condition, through a basic workout at home, a balanced or zen lifestyle in order to improve our long-term quality of life.
Life is short, play safe and workout!