Training and Exercises for a Healthy Heart
Do you easily get tired and out of breath going up the stairs? Doing that everyday makes you think it’s easier to ride an elevator instead. You may also find it hard and exhausting playing and chasing your kids around the backyard, so instead, you choose to sit on your couch inside your home and watch TV instead of playing with them outside. This is the reality that most of us do every day. You can categorise it being sedentary (or inactive) and having that kind of a lifestyle is very unrewarding due to the fact that you are at a highest risk of an onset of heart disease!
Luckily, we can do something to prevent this from happening and the answer is so so simple. A regular resistance and cardiovascular training program is the best, cheapest and most effective solution to help. If you are considering where to get started or how to get started then the team from Blackburn Personal Training services located here at The Urban Fitness Blackburn Gym in Blackburn victoria can certainly help.
With a daily dose of active lifestyle, they can help you keep your heart health in the best possible shape through a specifically designed program for you, plus the good benefits are not just restrained to heart health a list of some of the other benefits of training with us here at The Urban Fitness Blackburn Gym are;
- Further increases your endurance for optimum energy
- Increases blood flow circulation which means it can supply you with good amounts of oxygen needed in the body.
- It can help in lowering your blood pressure
- Improves your bone density, balance, muscle tonicity, strength and flexibility as well.
- Significantly helps reducing body fat for an added healthy, slim figure.
- Relieves stress and depression, making you more optimistic with positive outlook in life.
Another study suggests that weight training has the best, unique benefits for your heart. Let’s find out how.
Many different independent groups of researchers explain that there are unique changes that occur to your arteries and blood circulation following more than 30minutes moderate-intensity exercises (8 resistance exercises, and 20-min aerobic such as cycling or sprinting). This can be further explain simply by having a good amount of resistance training can increase blood flow and arterial solidity which means, your heart becomes stronger, and more dilated which is good as these are the main contributors for a healthy heart.
Resistance exercises are also linked to a drop in blood pressure by as much as 20 percent for longer periods post-workout as compared to aerobic exercise. It also doesn’t mean if you lift weights, you’ll eventually look ripped and buff, because resistance training can also improve your favourite cardio such as running, swimming and cycling intensity.
But how often should we do these exercises??
In general, the maximum benefits can be achievable if you last for 20 to 30 minutes of aerobic activity and resistance training for three to four times a week. It is very addicting once you become more drawn to it especially if you are attending a fun friendly facility such as Blackburn’s best gym The Urban Fitness Club.
For further information on blackburn Gym Membership or the team of personal Trainers in Blackburn please visit our website at www.theurbanfitnessclub.com.au