Exercise Basic Chapter 7
- Exercise Basics (Video)
- Build a Better You
- What Is Aerobic Exercise? (VIDEO)
- You Need Aerobic Exercise
- What is Anaerobic Exercise? (VIDEO)
- You Need Anaerobic Exercise
- Daily Exercise Requirements (VIDEO)
- Mix It Up!
- Build Better Muscles
- Build Better Bones
- Build Better Flexibility
- Exercise & Your Brain (VIDEO)
- Build a Better Brain
- Build a Better Cardiovascular System
- Exercise & Diabetes (VIDEO)
- Build Better Metabolism
- Build a Longer Life
- Build Better Health in Many More Ways
- Build a Better Life
Daily Exercise Requirements
Exercise physiologists and physicians recommend that most people get at least 30 minutes of exercise per day. Depending on your fitness level and other personal factors, you should be able to get a balance of aerobic and Anaerobic activities if you devote half an hour every day. Making a habit of setting aside time for exercise is important, because the practice becomes part of your routine. With so many factors keeping us sedentary—desk jobs, driving, television and computer screens—the daily exercise habit is more important than ever.
EXERCISE BASICS VIDEOS
Exercise & Your HealthThe whole-body benefits of regular exercise are the key to better health, quality of life, and longevity.
What Is Aerobic Exercise?Workouts that require large amounts of oxygen to fuel continuous movement strengthen your heart, brain and more.
What is Anaerobic Exercise?Resistance activities that require short, intense bursts of movement build muscle and strengthen bones.
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Daily Exercise RequirementsEveryone should try to work out for 30 minutes most days of the week, getting a balance of aerobic and Anaerobic exercise.
Exercise & Your BrainWorking out protects your brain cells and helps you create new ones, building your brain as you build your strength and endurance.
Exercise & DiabetesRegular exercise helps diabetics manage their disease by improving insulin sensitivity and strengthening other systems.
theVisualMD Wishes to Thank our Scientific Collaborators:
- Thomas Adair, Ph.D.
Professor of physiology and biophysics The University of Mississippi Medical Center
- Audrey Chun, MD - Geriatrician
Medical Director, Martha Stewart Center for Living Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York
- Rebecca Cipriano, MD - OB/GYN
Founder, A Better You weight loss center
- Cynthia Geyer, MD
Medical Director Canyon Ranch, Lenox, MA
- Charles Hillman, Ph.D
Department of Kinesiology & Community Health The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Norman Marcus, MD
Marcus Pain Institute, New York
- Molly Morgan, RD
Nutritionist and author
- William J. Kraemer, PhD, FACSM, CSCS, FNSCA
Exercise Physiologist/Neurobiologist University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education
- Elaine Rosen, PT, DHSc
Queens Physical Therapy Associates/Hunter College
- Daniel J. Siegel, MD
Interpersonal Neurobiologist UCLA School of Medicine/Mindsight Institute
- Michael D. Stein, M.D.,
Chief Medical Director at The Visual MD.com
Professor of Medicine and Community Health Brown University
- Rudy Tanzi, PhD
- Lonnie Walton, NASM
Personal Trainer, Owner Fitness Together
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