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Workout Routine is Important

Strong bones

As a person becomes older the bones start deteriorating, and by exercising the bones get stronger. Lifting weights, jumping and jogging are some ways to make bones stronger.

Boosts memory

Physical movement (stretching and flexibility) help prevent arterial aging that causes Alzheimer’s. Working out (physical activity) enhances growth factors and stimulates the neurological connections in your brain, for better brain activity.

Better sleep

Studies have shown that people who follow a daily workout routine are more alert during the day and can sleep profoundly during the night.

Improves mood

Physical activity causes the body to produce endorphins. The endorphins communicate with the brain and lessen the feeling of pain. Endorphins give a positive feeling to the body.

Energetic feeling

Workouts such as walking or jogging for 15-20 minutes on a daily basis will help.

Builds muscle mass

The three major exercises for building muscle mass are push-ups, pull-ups, and squats.

Reduces fat

High-intensity interval techniques help reduce that hard-to-lose body fat in the mid-stomach area. One high-intensity exercise involves riding your bike, starting off slow, accelerating, and going back to slow mode. That causes your heart rate to go up. Other techniques are running, Tabata squats, and boxing. All these should be done with pauses in between.

Reduces arthritis risk

If there is no physical activity in your life, the muscle and tissue around the bones have no protection. Working out strengthens muscles and will reduce joint pain.

Improves quality of life

Workouts are said to improve mental and physical health and prevent diseases.