Regular exercise makes you feel well and has long term benefits for your health enabling you to sleep better too. Daily exercise is essential for good health/wellbeing. It keeps your body in good condition, reduces the risk of heart disease and helps control your weight. In order to begin with a sensible workout, you must start your exercise with a pre-workout stretch. It’s now thought that this may do more harm than good as it’s impossible to properly stretch cold muscles, but it is the only idyllic way.
To avoid dehydration drink plenty of water before, during and after your workout. Then your next step will be to start any workout slowly to reduce the risk of injuring cold muscles and ending up with expensive medical bills. Gradually increase the intensity of the workout over 5 to 10 minutes. The higher your body temperature, the better your muscles will perform and more efficiently they will use oxygen and nutrients.
At the end of a session during health/wellbeing, allow enough time to warm down and bring your heart rate back to normal. Ideally allocate sufficient time to your workout to do some deep stretching while your muscles are still warm.
Aerobics are also a very good way to stay fit. It has many benefits. You will lose weight and people who include short bursts of exercise in their daily routines drop weight and are more likely to keep it off than people who maintain traditional 45 minute three times a week exercise program. There is less risk of serious illness as well as enjoying increased energy and vitality; you will derive permanent benefits including a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and cancer.
Your ageing process will slow drastically and some effects of ageing will slow down because aerobic exercise helps counter the inevitable decline in maximum oxygen consumption that occurs with the passing years.