Doing sports leads to …
- Better circulation of blood in the arteries
- An increase in the muscle power of the heart . The volume of blood ejected at each heart contraction can be increased by 50% by training.
- A slowing of the resting heart rate ; It is an energy saving.
- Better oxygenation of the muscles and organs and an increase in local endurance
- Greater strength of the joints because the ligaments become stronger and more elastic, and a strengthening of the bones by an increase of the bone mass and therefore a better prevention of the bone loss due to aging, in particular for the women.
- An increase in strength up to 40%
- An increase in speed up to 20%
- An increase in basal metabolism
- Better weight control by losing fat (decreasing body fat ) and gaining muscle (increased lean body mass)
- Increased flexibility and coordination
Reducing sport …
- Blood levels of triglycerides . To lower triglycerides, you have to do sports but also consume less alcohol, less sugar and lose weight if you are overweight .
- The risks of osteoporosis and the effects of menopause . Physically active persons have denser bones than physically inactive individuals. It is essential to carry out weight-bearing exercises where the weight of the body passes from one leg to the other, as in the case of walking, to have healthy bones.
- The risks of colon cancer and certainly the risks of breast cancer and lung cancer
- the risk of problems backache and muscular pain . These risks are higher among those who work hard and those who have a job with no physical activity. Flexing the trunk and exercising tilting the pelvis forward reduces the frequency of acute attacks.
- The risks of obesity . To do this, you have to make a habit of doing it all your life – regular physical activity of low to moderate level and long duration
- The external manifestations of mild or moderate depression through the production of endorphins , but sport does not allow the economy of psychotherapy.
- Stress and anxiety
And finally the last benefits are …
People with low levels of fitness may take up to 2 times more days off than their fitness counterparts.
Diabetics are 3 times more vulnerable to cardiovascular disease. Physical activity helps reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes
Physically active people tend to be more satisfied with their silhouette , appearance andweight