Yep you too could look as groovy these two foxes while training… Ok that’s got nothing to do with what this post is about. It’s about cardiovascular training and getting that little bit more out of yourself. The aim of cardiovascular training is to improve delivery of oxygen to working muscles.
Been going to the gym for a while and sick of doing the same program and the same exercises?
Here are some different strength training methods to mix up your program:
Studies have shown that exercising above 70% of you maximum results in an increase in the levels of endorphins in your blood
It is important all throughout your life to ensure you are getting the right balance of vitamins and minerals through a healthy diet, whether you are young or old. As you get older, your body’s dietary requirements change. You may need more of some minerals and to consume fewer calories, as well as exercise, to limit any possible weight gain and muscle loss.
When holding your breath for long periods of time it is a build up of carbon dioxide in your body that forces you to take a breath and not so much a lack of oxygen
Flexibility is the ability of a joint to move in a full range of movement. Muscles surrounding the joints are usually responsible for poor flexibility so it is important to stretch regularly to allow for muscle tension reduction.