The Right Way To Exercise?
Then what is the right way to exercise routine, what does the doctor do?
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Sport plays a very important role in maintaining fitness and endurance. By exercising regularly, heart health will be better maintained, and you will also avoid various risks of disease, especially those related to metabolic syndrome, such as hypertension, diabetes, and so on.
Doing the right exercise is done regularly, gradually, and with the right posture. As for the choice of what kind of exercise is right, of course it is adjusted to the purpose of the sport, your posture, history of illness, available facilities, and various other factors. However, here are some benchmarks that you can pay attention to:
Exercise can actually be done anytime when you have free time. However, some literature suggests that exercise is best done between morning and evening. Do regular exercise at least 3 to 5 times a week with a duration of about 30 to 90 minutes per session. Sports location
Sports can be done anywhere, even indoors or outdoors. However, you should avoid exercising in a polluted environment so you don't get stuffy, stuffy and coughing. Sports clothing
Wear comfortable clothes when exercising, which is elastic and also absorbs sweat. Also wear comfortable footwear, not too narrow, and specifically for sports. Before exercising
Do an adequate warm-up for about 10 to 15 minutes. Fill your stomach with a drink and a few snacks, don't empty, but also don't be too full When exercising Pay attention to your posture when exercising to minimize the risk of injury Do exercise with a carefully increased intensity, not too extreme Take a short break when you are tired, and drink enough water. After exercising. Do cool enough for about 10 to 15 minutes. Drink and eat to replace the calories your body burns during exercise --- avoid overeating and drinking Clean yourself, shower and change clothes As mentioned above, determining the type of exercise, intensity, and various other aspects of sports must be tailored to the needs and conditions of each person. So, it cannot be generalized. We recommend that you consult directly with your nearest doctor or personal trainer regarding the most appropriate sport for you to do huh ..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah