I am writing a paper I want to briefly explain some of the health risks associated with obesity to compare to my own personal lifestyle
b. Identify and describe three new fitness habits that a female could reasonably incorporate into a working lifestyle. How could these new habits improve health?
c. Identify and describe three new nutritional habits that one could reasonably incorporate into herlifestyle. How could these new habits improve your health?
e. Discuss how each new habit would benefit your health in general.
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a. Identify and describe three new fitness habits that a female could reasonably incorporate into a working lifestyle. How could these new habits improve health?
b. Identify and describe three new nutritional habits that one could reasonably incorporate into her lifestyle. How could these new habits improve your health?
c. Discuss how each new habit would promote healthy weight.
d. Discuss how each new habit would benefit your health in general.
I. Daily walking:
Walking is the most complete form of exercise. It is available wherever you are, at home, at work, on vacation. It is easy on your joints and provides a total cardio workout. Walking allows you to connect with friends or connect with yourselves which provides psychological benefits. You can start walking even if you have not exercised in years. Even heart surgery patients walk to recovery their health.
A walking speed that's about 75 percent of your maximum effort is optimal, meaning you can speak in choppy sentences. Depending on your level, that may be a very brisk 4.5 miles per hour (which burns 403 calories an hour) but your pace should not dip below 3 miles per hour (211 calories an hour). That's the point at which women drop below the moderate-intensity exercise zone, the minimum you need to do to get cardio benefits from your workout.
Walking on a regular basis does wonders for your blood and for your heart. In fact:
? Walking improves the efficiency of the heart.
? Walking is usually accompanied by weight loss which reduces the work load for the heart.
? Walking improves breathing.
? Walking makes the blood flow faster.
? Walking reduces the stickiness of the blood to improve circulation.
? Walking lowers high blood pressure.
? Walking lowers high cholesterol levels.
II. Aerobic exercise:
During aerobic activity, you repeatedly move large muscles in your arms, legs and hips. The body responses quickly to this type of exercise, you'll breathe faster and more deeply. This maximizes the amount of oxygen in your blood. Your heart will beat faster, which increases blood flow to your muscles and back to your lungs. Your small blood vessels (capillaries) will widen to deliver more oxygen to your muscles and carry away waste products, such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid. Your body will even release endorphins, ...
Nutrition and Fitness Paper: briefly explain some of the health risks associated with obesity to compare to my own personal lifestyle