Push up as a Symbol of Health

Did you know that push-up is a symbol of health? Push-ups are used as the simplest, fastest and easiest barometer of fitness. Push-ups can be to test the whole body, regulate the muscles of the arms, chest, abdomen, hips, and legs.

Push-ups require body tense as a board with toes and palms on the floor. Movements such as lifting the body require strength and excellent resistance to movement of push-ups many times.

Many people cannot do push-ups. Most of the health and fitness experts’ fitness focuses on upper body, such as aerobics that emphasizes cardiovascular fitness (heart and blood vessels).
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Seven Minutes Prevent Diabetes

Exercise at least 3-5 times a week (this way is useful for anyone who can’t meet the recommended minimum of 30-60 minutes of exercise. Why? Because the effects of exercise at least 7 minutes of this just like we perform resistance exercises for hours every week. Moreover, it can control insulin levels in our blood.

For example: cycling 4 times a day within 30 seconds with a quick, two days a week within 2 weeks will experience a 23% improvement over the effectiveness of the body using insulin and glucose out of the bloodstream.
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Make Exercise Can be a Healthy Brain

Still young but is senile?Maybe we have often heard such ridicule. However, this was not an insult, though still young, we were indeed able to dementia as well. One of them is because rarely do sports.

Some research had done in Japan and United States have proved the statement. One study conducted a research on jogging. The volunteers are not used to jogging at the beginning of the research were asked to answer the questions and the results average 65% correct. Half of them then required jogging routine three times a week and after 6 weeks and then given the questions again.
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