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Aerobics exercise also known as cardiovascular exercise is any sustained, rhythmic activity that involves large muscle groups. Aerobic exercise is extremely beneficial as it makes the lungs work much harder as the body’s need for oxygen is increased.
One of the main benefits of aerobics is that it will help to burn off the excess fat from your body.You need to pay special attention to the areas where you need to get rid of a lot of that extra fat.Walking, running and cycling are a few of the best ways to burn the fat from your body.Like any form of exercise,it is most beneficial when done in moderation.
There are many benefits for health and general fitness to be gained from undertaking regular cardiovascular/aerobics exercise such as:
Great for weightloss
Reduction of stress levels and an improvement in mental health (due to the release of endorphins in the brain)
greater heart and lung efficiency
blood pressure is reduced along with resting heart rate,this in turn reduces the chances of strokes or heart attacks.
You will also enjoy a noticeable increase in energy levels.
Burn calories much faster – Since aerobics is a fat burning exercise, you will burn more calories quickly. The more fat that you burn, the more weight that you will lose.
Muscles – Your muscles will gain more strength when you do aerobics. They also get larger and your body will become leaner because you will have more muscle mass and less body fat.
Before starting your new fitness regime you would be advised to book yourself in for a thorough medical check up. This will not only make sure that you have no medical conditions that may hamper or indeed stop your new exercise routines but your doctor may be able to advise you of any body areas that you should avoid putting stress on.This may be for instance, the site of an old injury or he may advise you not to put undo stress on particular muscle groups.It is better to be fully prepared before you start.
I am sure that there are, no doubt, a number of aerobics classes available in your local area but you may well have decided to begin your new aerobic exercise routine in the comfort of your own home.In some cases this can be really beneficial.If you haven`t done any regular exercise for a while and your body is just plain out of shape you haven`t got to worry because no one is going to see you.Undertaking aerobic exercise at home also means that you can arrange your exercise regime around your own schedule so less excuse for missing out.
Aerobic exercise should be undertaken only around three times a week for roughly 30 minutes a day to begin with and then slowly increasing this in subsequent weeks. You should steadily increase the intensity of your sessions as and when you feel you are ready. Making sure that you warm up properly before attempting any serious training is an important part of your aerobic exercise. Many unnecessary injuries could be prevented by just gently stretching,light jogging or lunges to warm up and loosen the muscles.Only use low impact stuff to warm up properly and once achieved carry on with your routines.
A Few Things To Remember
• Get a full medical check up before starting any aerobic exercise program.
• To begin with,exercise three times a week and gradually increase.
• Work on getting your heart rate up and increasing blood flow.
• Do not overdo things,set reasonable targets and stick to them.
Don`t forget,put together a aerobics exercise plan that suits you and you know you will stick with.Don`t expect to see results immediately,they will come,you fitness will come on leaps and bounds and the weight will come off.