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What Are The Benefits Of Mountain Climber Exercise
Correlation between exercise mountain bike amd gimn vs general health benefits is scientifily supported? Benefits of movement? Work eight hours sitted..
Yes: There is a plethora of literature that supports that movement and exercise promote better health. There are many people that have sedentary jobs. That can be combated by getting up several times an hour to move around and with what you do in your time off. Mountain biking is excellent exercise so keep doing that. Good luck. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
Is it possible that i'll get Achilles tendonitis when I do the exercise mountain climbers and other jumping exercise. Without shoes?
Possibly: It is possible. I would however that you really should use cross training or similar shoes when exercising to avoid just those issues. ...Read more
Protection: The same as with any other sport. A mouth guard will absorb some impact of a traumatic impact protecting the teeth and gums. ...Read more
I walk and ride my mountain bike for exercise, recently got back into resistance training, how important is that to an overall exercise program?
How long does it take for muscles to loose its effectiveness after exercise? How long can I rest before training again for a mountain biking event?
Not quite sure of?:
Muscle build up from training goes away 50% by 6 months.
How long to rest between exercise depends. Normally I don't; I run and lift weights daily. But when I did an 8 mile uphill quarry run and had muscle break down I stopped for about 2 weeks.
Mainly, judge the amount you can do to have muscle pain NOT BUILD UP. ...Read more
Holistic and alternative med needed. I got a fresh milk thistle plant from the mountains. How do I prepare it at home to benefit from its antioxidants?
Not easy but...:
While you can do this, it takes a lot of time ; energy. The greatest benefits are from the seeds. You need to remove ; dry the seeds ; then crush them to make a tea or tincture or eat the seeds.
See http://survivingthemiddleclasscrash. Wordpress. Com/2010/07/12/how-to-harvest-milk-thistle/
; http://www. Ehow. Com/how_7103067_prepare-milk-thistle. Html
; http://www. Med. Nyu. Edu/content? Chunkiid=21817. ...Read more
Can't lose weight with a underactive thyroid. I am doing plenty of exercise via mountain biking but my weight seems to yo yo, any advise?
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Exercise: Good for overall health. Gets the blood pumping which help to heal, repair and grow the body! ...Read more
Lots!: It helps mood, energy level & sleep. It also helps constipation, bloating, swelling, & back pain. Walking & swimming are good. Avoid activities where you could easily fall/hurt your belly, like hockey, soccer, basketball, horseback riding, downhill skiing, & gymnastics. Tell OB if short of breath, vaginal bleeding or fluid, dizzy, weak, chest pain, swollen leg, contractions, or baby moving less. ...Read more
Both: Are excellent ways of getting cardio exercise. Many people people find outdoor biking to better hold their interest, and therefore produce better results. Indoor bikes are safer, of course, so if there is any reason to be concerned about one's ability to ride an outdoor bicycle safely, indoor it should be! ...Read more
How much is the?: Moderate alcohol consumption for a male (1-3 drinks/day) or female (1-2 drinks) per day will not negate the befits of exercise and will help your lipid panel by increasing hdl, or good cholesterol. Drinking more than this will adversely effect you! Don't drink beer. Dry wine or vodka or whiskey. Too may calories in beer-carbs! ...Read more
Yoga ; kids: Yoga can start kids early in improving balance, strength, and flexibility. They can learn to calm their stress in a hurry-up world. Kids naturally love to move, and love to play. It's helpful for them to have a non-competitive way to move their bodies, especially for kids who are shy or who feel physically awkward. There are parent-child yoga classes which increase parent-child bonding too. ...Read more
See link to the current cdc recommendations
http://www. Cdc. Gov/physicalactivity/everyone/guidelines/adults. Html. ...Read more
Agree with Dr. Namey:
Exercise is a great antidote to chronic stress! to address stress:
talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation or yoga. ...Read more
Convenience: Would not spend the money!Get a more detailed answer ›
What are some mental and physical benefits to exercise for the person who isn't trying to lose weight?
Exercise: Exercise is good at reducing stress, improving cardiovascular health, and conditioning the musculoskeletal system to the demands of physical activities that could otherwise cause an injury. Also, a recent study reports that "xercise doesn’t only strengthen your heart and muscles – it also beefs up your brain." (drmarkgalland. Com, 2/27/13). ...Read more
What kind of exercise is using a sauna? How can it benefit me? Should I use it b4 or after or both when working out?
No real exercise!: Although time in a sauna may feel good and relax your muscles, the increasing sweating truly depletes your body of fluid and electrolytes. It would not be a good idea either before or after working out. Better to do it after a great massage or before a nice long evening together. Just remember to rehydrate with water and electrolytes! ...Read more
I work from 5pm to 5 am. I know they say don't exercise before bedtime. Will I still get same health benefits if I work in morning off work?
Exercise when u can: You work long hours. Try to find a time (before or after work) to work out for 30 min 5 times a week. It will be tough but if u begin and continue this regimen the health benefits (among others) will be huge. Best of luck! ...Read more
I do exercise just before I sleep bcz its the only time ican do it, but people telling me that its bad and you won't get any benefits is this true?
Not true. Ur exerc-:
-ise is still as good as in mid day or AM. After exercise Ur muscles need time 2 recover, & what a good way 2 rest them.
Some people have trouble sleeping after late exercise, but if U have no problem, no problem. ...Read more
Several: You can get similar benefits of exercise with high knee jacks as with jogging but with less stress on your joints. They also strengthen your arm, leg and abdominal muscles and don't require much space. You can adjust the intensity of your work out by varying the speed. With athletic shoes, sports wear & an even surface, 20 minutes of high jacks give you a good, safe & efficient workout. ...Read more
Lung Capacity...: They are generally recommended to help increase lung capacity, or how much air your lungs can hold when you inhale deeply. How lung capacity affects our health is often overlooked, but it may in fact be one of the most important predictors of health and longevity. By the time we are 50 our lung capacity may be half of what it was in our youth. ...Read more
Many Benefits: Cardiovascular conditioning changes fat metabolism making you burn fat more efficiently. It also trains your heart to work more efficiently increasing endurance and stamina. The immediate effects burn calories and keep burning calories for 24 hrs. These training effects lower blood pressure and reduce risk for heart attack, strokes, heart failure etc. Get moving! ...Read more
Physical Education: Yes, yes, yes, yes...Get a more detailed answer ›
Unknown: At this time there insufficient evidence to show a positive relationship between L arginine supplementation and improvements in athletic performance / strength. It is found naturally in the food you eat (meats). At this time, I'd save your money over using it as a supplement ...Read more
No: Generally, I would not suggest having liposuction surgery performed for any “health benefits”. In my opinion, it is an operation that is over utilized; it should be used for treatment of diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue. The quality of the overlying skin elasticity is an important consideration also. ...Read more
I've had total thyredoctomy. The benefit of the metabolism booster provided by exercise in the hours following the workout would still apply to me?
First take: Replacement thyroid hormone as rx by your doctor, make sure to go for follow up to adjust ; fine tune your exact required dose, that is the one that control your metabolism, then you take what ever metabolism boosters you want to take, most of them lacks scientific validity and may even harm you due some of toxic substances they have in it ...Read more
Not sure what: You are asking. But if you have bloating or pain during periods, exercising can help. ...Read more
Be careful: If you are female aerobic exercise is really not your friend. Stress responses lower estrogen levels and the stimuli for ovulation (fsh). Our society pushes aerobic exercise on everyone. It does not control or aid in weight loss. Resistance training in a non aerobic way is good. If a trainer will teach this it may be good to have a coach and motivator. Read "slo burn fitness revolution" hahn. ...Read more
Male 22. Is cardio exercise at 130bpm for 40mins a day enough to build stamina and heart benefits?
Yes but..: Yes, that's good but, unless u r just starting, your best training zone may be a little higher. Look up aerobic training zones online + you'll see how to calculate target heart rate. To build speed + endurance, interval training (with short sprints added to an aerobic workout) is popular again. And don't forget to cross train a bit (mix up run, bike, swim, elliptical) to avoid overuse injury. ...Read more
Yes: Women and men alike benefit from exercise with improved stamina, increased strength, and improved weight balance. ...Read more
Really depends: On what your exercise goals are, what your routine is and how long you've been exercising. If you are just starting 3-4X/week is likely fine. But many professional athletes will work out 5-6X/week, even at times working out every day - granted there is usually great variety in their workouts. ...Read more