If you are motivated to do sports and exercise regularly, that is commendable. But you should know that, as with everything else he althy, training should not be overdone. Otherwise, they have just the opposite effect.
A study cited by aarp.org and he althdigest.com found that those who exercised 450 minutes each week had up to a 37% lower risk of premature death than those who led a sedentary lifestyle. This means training every day for about 1 hour or a little more. Regular exercise and training are associated with a lower risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, and premature death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Regular daily visit to the gym can improve overall he alth, fitness, endurance, fitness. The results, of course, depend on the type of training, its duration, the degree of load and a number of other factors. For example, you can combine strength training with cardio so you can burn fat and build muscle at the same time.
For women's he alth it is important to do weight training 4 times a week to have muscle growth important for hormone control. Aerobic (cardio) exercises are also important for improving the overall condition of the body, endurance, fat tissue reduction.
However, if you push your body to the limit, there is a chance that you will harm your body by exhausting it too much, depleting all the stores of vitamins and valuable substances. The more intense the workouts, the more rest is needed between sessions.
Regular training is also very important for increasing bone density. They stimulate the synthesis of bone substance, which is particularly important for the prevention of osteoporosis. They also contribute to the prevention of fractures, damage to the bone system in the long term. Weight training, body weight and resistance training, as well as cardio exercises, are of such importance.
Exercise helps to preserve and develop lean muscle mass Losing muscle with every passing year is a natural process of the body's aging. If you exercise regularly, you will lose less muscle mass, and you may even develop more muscle mass. This can relieve arthritis symptoms, reduce the risk of injury, improve metabolic he alth, cell sensitivity to insulin, improve hormonal balance.
Although there is nothing wrong with exercising daily, you should do it with common sense. Overdoing this otherwise he althy practice can bring he alth problems and negativity which is not the purpose of this activity at all.