If your heart is the most precious thing you have, would you fail it?
The heart is responsible for everything; it’s what keeps life going. Don’t take one of its responsibilities away from it.
Let’s pretend for a moment that this heart is your really expensive car or watch; in my opinion you’d kill if anything came near it. But what if it’s much more expensive than this; wouldn’t you watch out for it?
Having a healthy heart requires you to exert some efforts, love your heart and it will definitely love you back.
What are you asked for?
Not much really, all you’re asked for is performing some exercises that are pretty much fun to do
- Walking is a weight-bearing aerobic exercise that’s also very affordable — the only thing you need is a good pair of sneakers. And you can walk anywhere, whether you’re taking a stroll outdoors or on a treadmill indoors.On average, every minute you walk extends your life by one and a half to two minutes.
- Swimming is a great aerobic exercise to incorporate into your fitness routine. The advantage of water-based exercises is that they don’t stress your joints.
- Cycling is an excellent type of cardio exercise that greatly benefits your heart without putting stress on your back, hips, knees, and ankles.
- Zumba, the Latin-inspired dance-fitness program, is a great cardio workout. You can burn as many as 1,000 calories in an hour-long Zumba class if you really move to the music and get your heart pumping.
- Jumping rope is a terrific aerobic exercise. It not only burns lots of calories, but is also a great way to improve your coordination. Plus, a high-quality jump rope is an inexpensive piece of exercise equipment that can last for a long time.
- Yoga combines stretching, breathing, and relaxation — all of which can benefit your heart. Stress is a major risk factor for heart disease, but practicing yoga regularly can help you reduce stress and lower your risk for heart disease.
- Resistance bands help to stretch and tone your muscles. Attach them to furniture, doorknobs, or chairs and then stretch out the bands. Make a routine of pulling them down, using them to rotate your shoulders, and while extending your arms and legs.