Any regimen should commence with 150 minutes of aerobic exercise of moderate intensity.
You should have the ability to speak but not croon. If you can croon, the exercise is too simple; if you cannot speak, it is too difficult.
Therefore, a 15-minute vigorous walk after lunch and another after dinner is sufficient to produce significant health benefits.
A whole-body strength-training program should also target the chest, back, shoulders, biceps, triceps, and core, in addition to the legs.
Perform one set of eight to fifteen repetitions twice per week, then gradually increase to two or three sets per workout.
Don't fret if these cardio and strength recommendations are currently unattainable.
Lastly, do not disregard flexibility training. Daily moderate stretching can aid in maintaining joint flexibility and range of motion.
Yoga and Pilates are excellent options because they improve not only flexibility but also core strength, balance, stability, and overall mobility.
Regardless of the type or intensity, exercise has numerous benefits, ranging from enhancing equilibrium and reducing the risk of heart disease.
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