Exercise is a process whereby the body performs work of a demanding nature, in accordance with muscle and joint function, the structure of your major muscle load raid force levels to stimulate growth mechanism. The basis requires the exercise aim of improving physical.
If physical activity that does not promote the improvement - mainly related to increased muscle strength - then it is not considered good exercise. The most important ingredient in any effective exercise program is demanding muscular work. The muscular system is the front line of the body, since only muscles have a direct effect of physical function and fitness.
Any program, method or protocol devoid of high intensity of workload involving the muscles, regardless of how well designed and implemented will fail to produce meaningful benefits. We could define the fit as strong as muscles provide the only truly productive factor in human movement.
Every movement of our body depends on muscle strength, from very simple to very complex. We need him to eat, talk, walk, move and breathe. Muscles are very unique. They have the ability to relax, contract to produce force and are metabolically active. This means that the more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism and amount of calories your body needs at rest and during exercise.
We can survive without resistance, speed, strength and flexibility, but we can not survive without force. Many times we forget about the necessary importance. To be an effective program of exercises need only focus on strengthening the muscles in a concentrated form. This will support the systems of the body, and then the heart, lungs, bones, etc will join in to keep the effort.
Strength exercise training is the only activity that properly meets the definition of exercise and thus is the only real exercise. All other activities i.e. walking, running, cycling, swimming, etc., often interpreted as the exercise by the media, general public and health / medical professionals do not meet the definition of exercise.
These activities can be considered as physical activities and recreation are not considered a necessary component of a good exercise program. Perhaps the most harmful, and more understood in today's concept of fitness, health centers, gyms, researchers and the general public is the confusion of proper exercise and recreational activities.
Although a more basic and important concept, is rarely recognized or enforced in any area of fitness or medicine. People are being led to believe all they need do is find an activity you like and have fun to listen it. Well, an activity that is fun to perform, but does not meet the requirements of the significant burden of muscular structures do not qualify as good exercise.
Yes, fun and enjoyable pastime and recreation activities do carry some physical health benefits, and that they overlap to a degree however, they can not stimulate the proliferation of physical changes that may stimulate the proper exercise. Only when you acknowledge and accept these facts will really benefit from good performance.
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