The most indicated exercise for you is the one you enjoy doing. The answer would be simple if you practice some physical activity or if you are already adapted to an exercise routine. However, for those who are starting now or those who have not yet found their passion when it comes to exercising, reading the tips we are bringing can help clarify the issue.
The suggested exercises do not intended to limit you according to age but to motivate you with options that you might have not yet tough about. The options were listed according to the benefits they can bring in each stage of life.
TO SUPPORT GROWTH AND A HEALTHY BODY DEVELOPMENT
Teenage years are a phase where physical activities are adored or hated. For those who enjoy it, group exercises attract boys and girls who want to compete or be with friends, but they are not necessarily concerned about mental health that the indicated exercise provides. Some Teenagers benefit from this phase of muscle growth to go to gyms and give that “push” in building their bodies. But it is in this phase were the body is in formation that it requires special attention and monitoring of a trained professional, whether this is a P.E. teacher at school or a personal trainer at the gym, who keeps the teenager within a specific program, without risks to their health or overtraining.
The adolescence phase is ideal for correcting posture problems, lack of balance and gaining strength in the muscles and bone structure while their bodies are still developing. Preventing pain in your adult life.
The more fun (and safe) is the activity chosen at this stage of life, the easier it will be to create the habit of exercising in adulthood.
PREVENT EARLY AGING AND GUARANTEE A HEALTHY BODY AND MIND
The dangers of a sedentary lifestyle comes to adults from everywhere. A life without exercise can increase the chances of developing various diseases, such as hypertension, obesity, depression and diabetes, especially those who are in a stressful routine. The concern is no longer only to ensure a good physical formation, but also to release stress and prevent diseases.
Lack of time, is a frequent complaint among adults, and it can also make it difficult to access any physical activities.
For adults, the ideal activities are those that promote not only exercise for the body but also relaxation of the mind. It is worth abusing of creativity to find programs that consider these two aspects. Here are some suggestions:
For those who have the constant feeling of lack of time, changing some habits can initiate a progressive exit from a sedentary lifestyle:
According to WHO, adults should do at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes of high intensity per week.
STRENGTHEN BONES, JOINTS AND MUSCLES
In this phase of life, the muscles are not as strong as before, the body balance is compromised and early fatigue starts to show. Therefore, the concern with strengthening of bones and muscles, which was once a concern in youth, returns in the third age.
At this stage of life, the limitation to the indicated exercises is related to the physical condition of the elderly. Therefore, the choice of the type of activity and exercise routine should be indicated by a doctor accompanied by a physical trainer or a physiotherapist.
The elderly can also practice all exercises and activities listed for adults. However, the physical exercises best suited for the elderly to generate good results within the goals they seek are: walking, swimming / hydro gymnastics, stretching, yoga and Pilates – all done with moderation. he WHO recommends 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes of high intensity aerobic activity per week. If it is not possible to do the recommended amount due to some health condition, the elderly should remain as active as possible.