Effect Of Push Ups On The Condition Of A Woman’s Stomach?
I want to ask, am I participating in a martial arts training that is scheduled 3 times a week, but when it warms up using push-ups, how many times can hundreds of it not affect a woman’s stomach?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When talking about physical as a whole, actually it can be said there are no definite limits on each person. Each person has certain physical abilities, which physical abilities can change and develop influenced by many factors, such as age, sex, body hormone levels, type of exercise, frequency of exercise, nutrition, stress levels, rest, genetic or hereditary factors, and many more.
So regarding your question, we cannot answer for sure. If someone who has never exercised before is forced to do push-ups or any type of sport right up to hundreds of reps, of course this will not be good for him because his body is still not ready to do that. But if hundreds of repetitions start gradually over a period of time, and it has become a habit that your body has adapted to, then no problem.
Because a woman's menstrual cycle is strongly influenced by hormones and hormones are affected by fat levels, extreme exercise can affect the regularity of the menstrual cycle, and if this has happened to you, it means that the sport you are going through is too heavy and you should reduce its intensity. So, hopefully answering your question.