Go for a walk! It fits your heart
Go is an internal human function that fulfills many roles. In the first place, it helps to cleanse the mind, to generate thoughts and to calm down. Secondly, it is an excellent exercise that helps to reflect the legs, add additional weight, improve lung ventilation and overall health. It is also an excellent way to reduce the risk of heart disease. It temporarily speeds up the heart rate, increases blood circulation in the body and provides more oxygen to other organs. At the same time, the ability of the lungs to extract oxygen from the air increases, blood pressure decreases, cholesterol and blood sugar levels improve.
Going can help slow down the aging process and it works no matter how old you start. It is a small impact, it does not require any equipment or special ability and can be done at any time of the day and at your own pace. You can also walk without worrying about the risks that are usually associated with some intense exercises.
When we go, we carry our body weight. This is called weighted activity, and some of its advantages are:
Increase in cardiovascular capacity.
Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Improved control of hypertension, diabetes, muscle and joint stiffness.
Better lipid profile.
Greater muscle strength
Reduction of body fat.
You should walk at least 30 minutes per day as quickly as possible to get the overall benefit and heart health. Brilliant means you can still talk, but it can be a little swelling. You do not even need to stop; Three to ten minutes on foot a day will work with the same efficiency. It will help lower blood pressure and strengthen your heart just by walking regularly. So try walking your routine:
Going up the stairs and avoiding the elevator.
Get off at one or two stops before and after your final destination (home or work)
Walk, do not drive in local stores.
Children walk to school
Park the car away from your destination.
As already mentioned, regular walking causes anti-aging processes and helps repair old DNA. To stay motivated, walk with friends or co-workers, walk with your dog or your neighbor’s, join a hiking club, use a pedometer or a telephone program to measure the amount of daily activities and gradually increase. It is recommended to start with 2,000 steps and reach the goal of 5,000 steps. As soon as you reach your desired goal, you can maintain your fitness level or set a goal of 10,000 steps. Remember, even walking a little is good, but more is better.
But first, put your security at the top. If the weather is severe and the streets are slippery, it is better to go to the supermarket, to the long corridors or stairs.