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Why You Should Exercise?

People who are physically active experience many social, psychological and emotional benefits. They experience less stress and are buffered against the dangerous physical effects of stress. They are less likely to experience depression. Exercise offers an arena for harmonious interaction with other people as well as opportunities to strive and excel.

Improved Psychological and Emotional Wellness

People who are physically active experience many social, psychological and emotional benefits. They experience less stress and are buffered against the dangerous physical effects of stress. They are less likely to experience depression. Exercise offers an arena for harmonious interaction with other people as well as opportunities to strive and excel.

Improved Immune Function

Exercise can have either positive or negative effects on the immune system, the physiological processes that protect us from disease. Moderate endurance exercise boost body immune function, while excessive training depresses. Physically fit people get fewer colds and upper respiratory tract infections than people who are not fit.

Prevention of Injuries and Low-Back Pain

Increased muscle strength protects against injury because it helps people maintain good posture and appropriate body mechanics when carrying out everyday activity like walking, lifting and carrying. Strong muscles in the abdomen, hips, low back and legs support the back proper alignment. Regular physical activity lowers your risk of many chronic disabling diseases. It can also help people with those diseases improve their health. A special benefit of exercise, especially for women, is protection against osteoporosis. Weight-bearing exercise, which includes almost everything except swimming, helps build bone during the teens and twenties. People with denser bones can better endure the bone loss that occur with aging.

Muscular Strength

Muscular strength is the amount o force a muscle can produce with single maximum effort. Strong, powerful muscles are important for the smooth and easy performance of everyday activities, such as climbing stairs, as well as for emergency situations. They help keep the skeleton in proper alignment, preventing back and leg pain and providing the necessary for good posture. Muscular strength has obvious importance in recreational activities. Strong can hit a tennis ball harder, kick soccer ball farther and are able to ride a bicycle uphill more easily.

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