Posted by abbas 31 July 2007, 9:45am

benifits of just 15 minutes of exercise and how it is useful for in daily life style. by abbas consultant and personal trainer


You rush home from work to get a start on dinner, and then throw a load of clothes in the washer before heading out the door. You dash to the soccer field to fetch your son from practice, and your daughter from her dance class, before returning home to finish preparing dinner. After the family has eaten, there are dishes to clean and put away, laundry to finish, homework to help with, and bills to pay. You would be lucky to be able to find a moment to yourself, let alone find the time for a regular exercise routine.


But you also know how much better you feel after you get in a good workout. Even the busiest of schedules can surely afford you the time to give yourself 15 minutes of exercise every day. But is 15 minutes of exercise really beneficial? It is if you choose the right exercise.


15 minute exercise routines can be beneficial if the exercise you choose gets your heart rate up quickly, and you maintain that level for at least 15 minutes per workout. Exercises such as aerobics, power lifting, weight training, cardio-workouts, stair climbers, treadmills, and running are all good exercise choices to get your heart rate up quickly, and to a level that benefits your fitness and health.


The heart is a muscle and when you perform exercises that cause this important muscle to work harder, several things occur which are beneficial to the overall fitness and health of your body. As your heart works harder, larger amounts of blood and oxygen are forced through the heart and then through the veins that deliver blood to the rest of the body. The force and quantity of blood produced by an exercising heart keeps plaque particles (a byproduct of fat stored in the body) moving through the veins before they can congregate together and attach themselves to vein walls. A collection of this plaque on the walls of veins, blocks proper blood flow, and this leads to heart attacks and strokes.


As your heart works harder, your lungs will be working harder to provide the oxygen the heart needs through more respirations. Flooding the lungs with oxygen through breathing expands lungs so that they can hold more oxygen. When the body has more oxygen, it has the energy it needs to produce more of the hormones that help our bodies to function. Hormones help everything from internal organs such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, and the nervous and immune systems to perform the tasks that keep us alive. These hormones are also responsible for creating and adding balance to our emotions. Exercise produces more of these hormones in the body and this is why we feel so good after exercising, even with just 15 minutes of exercise.


Finding the time in your schedule for daily exercise, even just 15 minutes of exercising, should be as important to you as the other things you do to keep yourself healthy. Just as important as eating balanced, nutritious meals, taking vitamins, seeing your doctor for annual health check-ups, reducing the stress in your life, developing an optimistic outlook on life, and getting enough of the rest your body needs to repair and maintain itself, all contribute to your overall health.

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Posted by abbas 31 July 2007, 9:37am
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History of Exercise



The history of exercise dates back to the birth of humankind, though earlier humans might not have realized that they were indeed exercising, when running for their lives from wooly mammoths. In and around 400 BC, Hippocrates famously mentioned about exercise, "If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health." Being a time of great ideas and new thought, people seriously started to study the importance and relevance of physical exercise, and its effects on human health. Hippocrates's same thoughts were shared by other famous thinkers, Cornelius Celsus and Galen, a few centuries later.


But when exactly various systematic forms of exercise routines came into being as an artificial means to build muscles and agility, this is a piece of puzzle that is still shrouded in anonymity.  History pages, even though it refrains from throwing up any specific piece of info on this point, vaguely suggests that such practices could have been popular in ancient Rome, Greece and India in the 9-11th centuries where combats and wars were of regular occurrence. The discovery of stone dumbbell weights in India and similar artifacts from Europe also points to such a possibility. 


The workout routines or exercises, as we all see it today, shaped up however since only the early 18th century. This was when exercises became more streamlined and better and efficient workout routines were suggested, thanks to the rapid strides that occurred in medicine and science in general. It was during this period that aerobics, weight lifting, weight training, running, and other similar conventional exercise forms evolved, and gymnasiums and fitness centers became popular. The 18th century was also the period during when many wrong myths about exercise and health were busted by the new found wave of scientific justification. Wrong beliefs such as weight training slow down athletes, endurance training not a healthy proportion to one

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Posted by abbas 07 July 2007, 10:20am

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Posted by abbas 07 July 2007, 10:09am

Indoor Cycling is a group exercise class done on stationary bikes.  It

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