Sedentary and inactive lives may lead to a condition known as muscle atrophy. It does not matter how young or old one is. The more inactive a person is, the more apt they are to lose muscles in the spine and abdomen. Muscle atrophy may impact digestion, elimination and hinder the ability to perform daily tasks.
Use the following activity tactics to get your body in gear:
Twenties Bike riding, roller blading or even aerobic exercise can all wake the body up. Perform activities that get the heart pumping for a minimum of 20 minutes a day. Although, the exercise can be performed in an hour, it may burn out the body if you go from sedentary to hour spans of exercise. A good fitness program can rotate cardiovascular exercise on one day and then do weight training on the alternated days. (People who are overweight or obese should obtain a stress test before starting a new fitness program).
Thirties Forties - Stay on course with the exercise regimen from the twenties; however, be mindful of injuries. Aches, pains and soreness identify the need for medical attention. (For people over the age of forty who are starting a new work-out program, a physical check-up is necessary).
Fifties- Sixties - Inactivity between the ages of 50 60 can heighten the vulnerability of many chronic diseases: diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. As a result, a group exercise program is a good way to socialize and keep you motivated to keep the body in motion.
Seventies and over Regularly scheduled physician check-ups should be maintained. The best exercises to include in your regimen require balance and strengthening the muscles. Yoga, Tai Chi other martial arts are perfect for easing pressure on the joints and tendons.