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Heart Exercise

By JOHN NAPHTALI

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"See 5 Heart Exercise If You Are Over 50 https://hdtk.co/y19Wp"

— JOHN NAPHTALI and
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Do you know that protecting your heart is very vital at every stage of your life? And it becomes more important for you to protect it as you grow older . If you are 50+ it's time for you to start a new heart-friendly exercise program to keep your heart healthy. In other to keep your heart healthy, you need to engage in some cardiovascular exercises which can help keep your heart and lungs strong, which can even help slow your ageing process by relieving you from different emotional symptoms. It will interest you to know that you can engage in this exercise for 20 minutes each day of the week. You can choose any of the below exercises to engage in for maximum result. 5 Heart Exercise For 50+ 1. Light Exercise. This kind of exercise are very light and suitable for all ages, the don't need any amount of energy before you can do them.You can choose to do them every day of the week or less depending on your strength capacity. Light Exercises include the following - Walking Yoga Swimming The above exercises will help increase your mobility effectively, and also giving the heart the required care it needs. 2. Moderate Exercises. This type of exercise is useful if you want to your body to sweat. You can engage in for 3-5 days per week as you desire to engage in them. Moderate exercise includes the following- Power walking Playing Tennis Higher-intensity yoga Playing Golf Ballroom dancing Cycling Gardening Shoveling snow Playing with children Moderate exercise can be engaged in between your everyday activities, and its good for any stage of fitness. 3.Intensive Exercise. This kind of exercise requires a lot of energy and they can help you get very active. Jogging And Running. Intensive exercises like Jogging and running are common exercises which are good for improving your heart and lung health. Engaging in these exercises are known to effectively lower blood pressure and reduce cardiovascular problems. Tips. Use the above exercise once or twice a week. 4, Building Muscle Exercises. Training your strength improves your health and lungs and can in turn help keep your muscles from flapping . Adding more strength makes exercising easier for your body. Building Muscle exercises using squat to help your muscles thriving. Do two set of 10 repetitions for maximum results. You can modify squats using your pillows or chair as a support to help keep you upright. Remember not to perform the exercise incorrectly. 5. Flexibility Exercises Exercises like stretching are very important for aging people. They don't require energy and they also don't increase your heart rate. It is important to know that this kind of exercise prepares you for cardiovascular exercise. Use some stretching exercises in your daily workout. Conclusion Chose your pattern of exercise from the above tips and maintain the plan as this would help improve your heart beat optimally. Do start any of the exercises with a duration of about 10-15 minutes . Always remember to stretch regularly. For More Articles

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Created on 2016-09-20 13:53:28