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Increase Your Strength And Reduce The Effects Of The Aging Process
Between ages 20 and 30, your body's strength is at its peak.
About age 40, the body begins to undergo changes. These changes happen very slowly and can go virtually unnoticed. For example, lean body mass, muscle tone, stamina and oxygen intake all decline.
These gradual changes aren't something you can see in the mirror every day. And they're not something you have to accept.
The truth is:
Medical experts know that you can preserve to a great extent the strength and cardiovascular fitness you have at age 30 — or at any age — when you begin and maintain a regular exercise program.
Studies show that men 35 to 74 who exercised regularly had a lower risk of dying than their sedentary counterparts. In fact, men in this group could expect to live an hour or two longer for every hour of exercise they performed.
So it's never too late to start feeling and living younger.
NOT A FOUNTAIN... BUT A FOUNDATION OF YOUTH
During the first three decades of your life, strength and muscle mass increase steadily.
So powerful is this process, it will occur naturally if you maintain an active lifestyle, eat moderately well and remain relatively healthy.
Your body considers itself "completed" around age 30. That's where you have to take over ... if you haven't already.
Through a balanced fitness program — or combining aerobic activity with strength training — you can, to a large extent, slow down or even "reverse" the aging process.
The benefits of regular exercise are so dramatic, many people say they feel virtually reborn.
Flexibility improves through increased range of motion in the joints. Functional muscle strength grows. Metabolic rate, or the rate at which you burn calories, is increased. Endurance and stamina return.
Not only will exercise improve how you feel, it will help clear a pathway toward a longer, healthier life.
Getting Your Exercise Program Off On The Right Foot
Congratulations! You've decided to begin an exercise program that will help you reach your fitness goals.
Aerobic exercise, or cardiovascular endurance training, is a total workout designed to keep your heart and lungs vigorous and youthful. Fitness experts say the best forms of aerobic exercise are cross-country skiing, rowing and swimming because they involve all the major muscle groups in the upper and lower body.
Of special note for older exercisers, new studies have shown that simply brisk walking 30 minutes a day, every other day, may be just as beneficial — for health and longevity — as running.
Lack of exercise accounts for about 50% of the physical decline which occurs between ages 30 and 70.
Strength training is more specialized and is designed to achieve balanced fitness. In terms of appearance, strength training lifts and tones the muscles. And even more important for older people, this type of exercise has been shown to increase flexibility and range of motion in joints by as much as 50 percent — greatly improving quality of life.
But, particularly where strength training is concerned, it is important to select a program that is safe and effective. For that reason, you may consider looking into in-home equipment using isokinetic resistance as it automatically adjusts the amount of resistance to meet your ability level.
Of course, you should always consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program.
Aerobic exercise can:
• Strengthen heart and lungs.
• Raise the level of good (HDL) cholesterol in the blood stream.
• Lower the level of harmful (LDL) cholesterol.
• Reduce or control blood pressure.
• Reduce the risk of hypertension.
• Greatly lower the risk of adult-onset diabetes.
Strength training can:
• Improve strength to perform I recreational activities.
• Helps to control blood pressure.
• Maintain bone mass to combat osteoporosis.
• Reduce back pain.
• Improve posture.
• Increase flexibility.
• Easy does it... at least, in the beginning. Don't try to do too much, too soon. Start slow and make gradual progress, especially if you have been inactive.
• For your comfort and convenience, consider in-home alternatives rather than club-based programs.
• Maintain a regular exercise schedule.
• Select ulow impact" forms of exercise that minimize stress on the joints.
American women outlive men by an average of 7 to 8 years, a gender gap that is one of the most extreme in the world.
America is getting older. And wiser.
By the year 2030, our "senior" population will virtually double.
In addition to the aging of the "baby boomer" generation, life expectancy is growing. In fact, it is estimated that by the turn of the century as many as 100,000 people will be celebrating their 100th birthday.
And by 2050, there will be nearly one million centenarians.
Why? What's happened to create this "age explosion?" Basically, we're taking better care of our ourselves. Eating right. Exercising.
Of course, there is still no way to stop the clock completely. But there are plenty of ways you can get a good, strong grip on the hands of time.
And Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training will tell you about them.
Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training Can Effectively Increase Your Strength and Reduce the Effects of the Aging Process
Across the country, renowned fitness experts are recognizing the key role strength training can play in reversing the effects of the aging process. The latest research shows that isokinetic resistance — like you get with Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training gives you the most effective strength training exercise.
Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training builds the muscle mass you need. For each year of inactivity after age 30, you can lose up to 1% of your strength and over one half pound of your lean muscle mass. By effectively maintaining and building muscle mass, the Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training strength conditioning gives you control over the effects of aging.
Only Personal Trainer South Bay Personal Training gives you personal training with a Biomedical Engineer, specialized in Biomechanics and Nutriition. Biomechanics have been proven to engage a greater percentage of muscle fibers to work each muscle to virtually 100% of its capacity. And our positive only resistance minimizes the soreness and risk of injury you get with other exercise.
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