Tips for Exercising

Tips for Exercising

David Ko, Staff Writer

Exercising is an activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness. These days many people exercise to be healthy, but some perform these exercises inaccurately. I will tell you some tips about how to exercise properly, and how to live in a healthy way.


    These days individuals exercise a lot, but there are certain occurences that exercising affects your body the most. Exercising before breakfast burns more fat, the study says. According to CNN, “exercising with no fuel forces the body to turn stored carbs and when those are quickly gone, to fat cells.” A small UK study showed that 30 overweight men and made half of them exercise before breakfast, half after breakfast. Unfortunately, the men who exercised after breakfast didn’t lose a lot of weight, but the men who did exercise before breakfast lost a lot of weight.


    These days indiviudals eat a lot of pre-made food from grocery stores. Exercise advice on food labels could help reduce obesity, researchers say. According to CNN, researchers said that Exercise advice on food labels could help reduce obesity. For example, chocolate bars would carry a label informing consumers that it would take 23 minutes of running to burn off calories it contains, which can help consumers live healthy. 


According to Harvard Health, 5 ways of exercising that help you the most are 1. swimming, 2. taichi, 3. strength training, 4. walking, 5. Kegel exercising. For swimming, The buoyancy of the water supports your body and takes the strain off painful joints so you can move them more fluidly, taichi (chinese martial art that combines movement and relaxation) is good for both body and mind. Strength training won’t bulk up your muscles, but it will keep them strong. Muscles help burn your fat. “Walking is simple, yet powerful. It can help you stay trim, improve cholesterol levels, strengthen bones, keep blood pressure in check, lift your mood, and lower your risk for a number of diseases (diabetes and heart disease, for example). Researches states, “A number of studies have shown that walking and other physical activities can even improve memory and resist age-related memory loss.” Lastly, Kegel exercising won’t help you look better, but they strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder. Strong pelvic floor muscles can go a long way toward preventing incontinence. With these given tips, such exercises will benefit your health within many aspects of life.