If you injure yourself, do not try to exercise until the injured part is completely better. It’ll take longer to heal if you don’t. Find another exercise which avoids aggravating your injury. Do NOT “work through pain”.
Listen to your body Notice, listen and pay attention – when your body speaks to you, please take note! Learn to notice the difference between your body complaining about being given some unexpected or new exercise, and a genuine warning. If your muscles have not been exercised for some time, they’ll complain. That’s not usually anything to worry about. If you are in any doubt, see your doctor.
Aerobic exercise, sometimes referred to as cardiovascular exercise, is the exercise that speeds up your heart rate and gets your metabolism going. It includes exercise like walking, running and bicycling. Aerobic exercise is important because it burns fat. It helps to reduce stress. It oxygenates. It makes you healthier and helps to protect you from heart disease and stroke. In terms of weight loss and reducing stress levels and improving your general health, of the three types of exercise you will be doing, aerobic exercise is by far the most important.
The aerobic exercise The Slim Habit recommends is – walking. Walking will give you all the aerobic exercise you need. There’s no need to join a gym, spend lots of money on special clothing or get a personal trainer. All you need to do is to be able to measure how much walking you do. You need to get a simple pedometer or something like a Fitbit that will tell you how many paces you take.
When you first start to take regular exercise, it is wise to start gradually and build up. Here are the progressions that will deliver the results you want.
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