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“Importance of Exercises For Fitness of Human Heart Health” |

Kashmir Singh, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Regular exercisebenefits your body and mind in many ways. It can help you lose weight, toneyour muscles and feel good. But perhaps the most important benefit of exerciseis its effects on your heart. It can be trained and grow stronger throughexercise, like other muscles in your body. Exercise can also improve heartfunction and help ward off a number of diseases and conditions.  The intensity, frequency and duration ofaerobic exercises determine their efficacy and impact on your heart health.Experts disagree on exactly how much exercise you need to maintain your hearthealth but universally suggest getting it regularly. The Department of Healthand Human Services, for example, recommends you engage in at least 150 minutesof moderate aerobic activity per week. If you are pressed for time, you can do75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. It's best to spread your exercisesessions throughout the week so your heart is trained on a consistent basis.The agency also suggests that at least two strength-training sessions beincorporated into your weekly routine in addition to aerobic activity. The mainfindings of the study are there is significant difference between the humanheart fitness level of exerciser and non-exerciser and significant relationshipbetween Exercises and Human Heart Health of exerciser.