I've spent a period of time researching about the true underlying causes of healing in the body. That phrase seems strange to many. What is the cause for healing? If you think about it, a state of health is basically cause and effect. If you want the effect of being healthy, you need to find the causes. While conventional medicine likes you to think that disease is a matter of chance, reality is that disease is almost entirely under your control. If you wish to be healthy, there are certain things you can do that produce health, And if you wish to be diseased, there are other things you can do to produce disease, And those disease-promoting things are followed by most average Americans today, which explains why disease rates are so high in America.
Making the Commitment
You are taking the important first step on the path to physical fitness by seeking information. The next step is to decide that you are going to be physically fit. This pamphlet is designed to help you reach your decision and goals.
The decision to carry out a physical fitness program cannot be taken lightly. It requires a lifelong commitment of time and effort. Exercise must become one of those things that you do without question, like bathing and brushing your teeth. Unless you are convinced of the benefits of fitness and the risks of unfitness, you will not succeed.
Don't try to do too much too soon and don't quit before you have a chance to experience the rewards of improvement. You can't regain in a few days or weeks what you have lost in years of living, but you can get it back if you persevere. And the prize is worth the price you comet
The definition of fitness
Physical fitness is to the human body what fine tuning is to a engine. Fitness can be described as a condition that helps us look, feel and do our best. More specifically, it is” The ability to perform daily tasks vigorously and alertly, with energy left over for enjoying. It is the ability to endure, to bear up, to withstand stress, to carry on in circumstances where an unfit person could not continue, and is a major basis for good health and well-being." Physical fitness involves the performance of the heart and lungs, and the muscles of the body.
THE WORKOUT SCHEDULE
Here are the amounts of activity necessary for the average, healthy person to maintain a minimum level of overall fitness.
WARMUP - 5-10 minutes of exercises such as walking, slow jogging, knee lifts, arm circles or trunk rotations. Low intensity movements that stimulate movements to be used in the activity can also be included.
MUSCULAR ENDURANCE - at least three 30-minute sessions each week that include exercises such as calisthenics, pushups, sit-ups, pull-ups, and weight training for all the major muscle groups.
CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE - at least three 20-minute bouts of continuous aerobic rhythmic exercise each week. Popular aerobic conditioning activities include brisk walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, rope-jumping, rowing, cross-country skiing, and some continuous action games like racquetball and handball.
FLEXIBILITY - 10-12 minutes of daily stretching exercises performed slowly without a bouncing motion. This can be included after a warm-up or during a cool down.
WHEN TO EXERCISE
The hour just before the evening meal is a popular time for exercise. The late afternoon workout provides a welcome change of pace at the end of the work day and helps dissolve the day's worries and tensions. Another popular time to work out is early morning, before the work day begins. Advocates of the early start say it makes them more alert and energetic on the job. Another popular time to work out is early morning, before the work day begins. Most Americans start early because they say it makes them more alert and energetic on the clock.
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